posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 09:47 AM
Originally posted by HauntWok
They aren't destroying the information, it's being moved to the CIA for storage.
But, other than that, yea, this is a dirty move. FOIA should be allowed on this incident. I know that some doubt that Bin Laden has been killed as the
administration said. No new audio or video recordings of Bin Laden have been released so it gives credence to the official statement.
If Bin Laden didn't die, Bin Laden would have released something fast to tell the world that he was still alive. Doing that would have broken all
faith in the war on terror and shattered confidence in the USA.
But yes, it's a dirty move, there is something that doesn't sound right about the whole thing. One of the greatest victories in the war on terror is
being hidden from public eyes.
My guess is that Bin Laden tried to surrender, but that wasn't going to happen because Bin Laden being captured would have led to an ICC trial where
he may have implicated the United States in the 9/11 plan.
The Pentagon is purging (eliminating) its copies of the records and moving the only copy or copies over to the CIA, which apparently is not as
susceptible to FOIA requests; thus they are essentially destroying the information as far as it ever being revealed to the public is concerned . In
the same article it says that the Pentagon claims it has "lost" Bin Laden's autopsy report.
As for what Bin Laden would have done if he wasn't killed in the raid, chances are very good that he died long before this. I've long suspected
that some of the past Bin Laden tapes were manufactured by the CIA or some other US agency, in order to keep the boogey man alive and thus continue
use to fear to influence the electorate.and to justify the continuing of the war on terror. Benezir Bhutto said in an interview that he died years
ago and she has since been assassinated.
Imagine if the US government early on had said: Mission accomplished, we got Bin Laden and just about all the Al Queda leadership. That wouldn't be
any fun or profitable for the military and intelligence agencies, the TSA or the military and intelligence contractors.
Why Obama ran the sham Obama killin' raid is puzzling unless he and his inner circle decided that they'd better wrap up the ongoing Bin Laden hoax,
otherwise the cat would sooner or later be let out of the bag and the US would be made to look foolish, in particular Obama, who said it was his top
priority to get Bin Laden.