posted on Mar, 21 2012 @ 10:42 PM
This is a little off topic, but could be related in some context.
When I was hanging out in Tacoma, WA I over heard some soldiers talking amongst themselves about how one fo them was stationed in the philippines and
he swore on his life that he saw Bin Laden hanging out on base surrounded by body guards. Just posted up in a housing unit having dinner. He said he
walked by the unit and noticed a man minding his own business enjoyig a meal, so he stopped and had a peak inside through a window and he was positive
it was Bin Laden. A guard approached him and told him to keep walking. He asked the guard if he'd saw what he thought he saw and all the guard had
to say was something like "you know what you saw, now keep your mouth shut and contiue with your own business." I can't remember exactly what the
solider telling the story said, but it was along those lines. This kind of correlates with the rumors of Bin Laden working for the CIA and no
evidence of a body surrfacing. Just something to think about...
I'm not sure if I can take a random group of soldiers telling war stories as proof/evidence (the soldier telling the story did tell his tale as if it
happened that day, and he didn't fumble over any of his words, it sounded genuine)...but it did get me thinking.
Point being, it's highly possible for a high profile suspect to make it out of a war zone safely if they plan ahead and have enough assistance.