posted on Mar, 27 2013 @ 01:15 AM
I guess that means there must be another version, since all those can't seem to agree or make much sense. Why shoot up someone who would have been
the ultimate gift as a prisoner? I mean, as no threat? On the floor? It goes WAY beyond whether they'd want to. It's about training and priorities.
He was the single greatest intelligence bonanza for a living person in the world.
....personally I think they did get him alive, too. I noticed as I believe others did as well, America's luck changed after that night in the war on
terror. Not forever, but long enough. We went from having no luck to seemingly hitting everything we aimed to get..first shot, every shot. I know the
media only picked up the sexy success stories but they weren't even there to pick much before that raid.
I believe Usama Bin Laden died, screaming like a school girl and likely in a location deep on a list of black sites. I have a guess where it was...but
without more..it's nothing but a guess. The CIA runs crap all over the world now which they don't seem to think anyone really needs to be told
about. Go figure....
I doubt he lived long, but he wouldn't have had to. Just long enough and while the entire world was 100% sure he was dead. They couldn't have even
questioned him with harsh language under the scrutiny it would have had if he'd been a living prisoner for the Red Cross and every other group on
Earth to clamor to see and know the status of.
I think he "died" that night ..and then, maybe weeks or maybe months later, he died. Real real hard. Again, just my take and guesstimations from all
my various reading, among other things.