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Pakistan's president said Monday his intelligence agencies believe Osama bin Laden may be dead, but he added there is no proof.
Zardari added that his country's intelligence agencies "obviously feel that he does not exist anymore," but he didn't explain how or when they reached that conclusion, and quickly qualified his comment by saying bin Laden "may be dead."
Originally posted by baseball101
reply to post by Karlhungis
i completely agree ... it seems as if he will never be caught or die ... therefore making him the ultimate villain ... giving the U.S. and whoever else someone to pit the blame on.
Originally posted by FredT
To be honest the last people I would ever trust is the ISI when it comes to the taliban. heck id put Cheney and Rummy before them
The ISI is at the very least in contact and more likely hiding Omar and Bin laden in some safe house in Karachi etc.
Originally posted by Make Speed Limit 45
Outside of america, it's common knowledge he's been dead for 6 years.