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Originally posted by Aloysius the Gaul
There's nothing particularly strange about any organization moving records to more secure storage.
Originally posted by neo96
Destroying records, 'moving them to the CIA'
The mafia style burial at sea.
No American has seen any proof what so ever of Bin Laden's death.
Just the 'word' of the administration.
The kicker 'The most transparent admin is Us history'.
What a joke.
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.