Friday, November 14, 2014

Common sense will tell you that if you have real evidence of a real event, you do not need, nor would you risk, using a fake piece of evidence, because of the fake is exposed, doubt is cast on the real evidence. So, if the US Government is showing phony bin Laden photos to the Senater Armed Services Committee, it means all the evidence must be fake.


By Michael Rivero

Update: As of November 2014, a manufactured controversy is saturating the media regarding claims made by various members of the US SEALS as to who killed Bin Laden in Abbotabad, May 2, 2011. The debate rages primarily between Robert O'Neill and Matt Bissonnette. This is a very clever piece of propaganda to trick everyone into asking "Who shot Bin Laden" and distract from the real question of whether it actually was Osama Bin Laden who was killed in that house, then dumped into the ocean before an identification could be made. 

First off, whoever was killed in that house was not shot by any US forces!
Pakistan actually shot the man claimed to be bin Laden.
At about 1:20 a.m. local time a Pakistani helicopter was shot down by unknown people in the Sikandarabad area of Abbotabad. The Pakistani forces launched a search operation in the nearby area and encountered with a group of unknown armed people. A fire exchange followed between the two sides. When the fire exchange ended, the Pakistani forces arrested some Arab women and kids as well some other armed people who later confessed to the Pakistani forces they were with someone they thought was Osama Bin laden when the fire was exchanged and "Bin Laden" was killed in the firing.
What appears to have happened is that President Obama tried to steal the Pakistanis' thunder by sending in the SEAL team to capture the body, then claim victory for the US. But as the "victory" was leaked to the press, word finally reached the White House from Abbotabad that the dead man wasn't the real Osama Bin Laden (who had died of Marfan Syndrome in December of 2001), so the body was dumped into the ocean and a flurry of hastily made (and very sloppy) fake photos leaked to the internet and members of Congress to cover up the latest monumental goof!

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