Who is Osama bin Laden?
Osama bin Laden is a Suadi national. He was born into a wealthy family in Saudia Arabia. In 1979, Osama took part in the mujahideen freedom fighters in Afghanistan and fought against the invading Soviet army. Osama later founded the al-Qaeda organization and took credit of the 9-11 terror attack.
Is Osama bin Laden a Saudi Royal?
No. Osama is not a member of the Saudi royal family but the bin Laden family has strong ties with them.
Was Osama a CIA Asset?
It has been documented that the CIA was actively involved in covert activities against the Soviets in Afghanistan. The CIA trained and armed the Afghan mujahideen to fight the Soviet invasion force. During this time, Osama would have been in contact with the CIA which had the same object of getting the Soviet army out of the region.
Was Osama the Mastermind of the September 11, 2001 Attack on the United States?
Osama bin Laden and al-Queda took credit for the September, 11, 2001 attack on the United States.
Why did Osama bin Laden Attack the United States on September, 11, 2001?
The overly simplified answer to why Osama bin Laden attacked the United States was is that he was retaliating against the what United States foreign policy, most notably the first Gulf War and the US sponsored embargo targeting the Saddam Hussein regime.
Was the Killing of Osama bin Laden an Assassination?
The killing of Osama is a Chicago-style assassination straight out of the mafia’s playbook. People still want to know where Jimmy Hoffa is buried. Also remember that the Navy SEALS Team Six is an extraction team and came out of the failed 1980 attempt to rescue American hostages at the U.S. Embassy in Iran. Multiple reports have stated that Osama was not armed when he was shot dead with two precise kill shots, in the head and chest.
Why Was Osama bin Laden Assassinated?
Killing Osama and dumping his body in the ocean is the best cover, no body, no questions, no evidence. Osama had already fulfilled his usefulness to the organization so he was executed. Also, capturing him a live would present future political problem for Obama such as where to jail Osama, what court should try him, would it be okay to torture him, etc.
Is Osama bin Laden a Martyr?
In the middle east, just about anybody that dies, whether from a motorcycle accident to accidental self inflected gun wound is a martyr.
Was the Assassination of Osama bin Laden Justified?
No. Multiple report have stated that Osama was not armed and did not resist
Is There Pictures and Video of Osama’s bin Laden Death?
Yes. The picture released by the White House shows the President and his security team looking towards and captivated by a large monitor. The President most likely had multiple video and audio streams from the source. Also, it is common practice by police and military to photograph themselves with their ‘trophy’, either high value individuals or large number or confiscated guns or drugs. For example, we have a lot of pictures of Operation Red Dawn and the the capture of Saddam Hussein including images of service men triumphantly posing for pictures at the site where Saddam was capture, there are picture of his medical examination, etc.
Did President Barrack Obama Break International Laws in Assassinating Osama bin Laden?
Simply put, the constitution does not grant any president to send troops into another country which we have not declared war on to capture or kill any person. Only congress has the right to declare war, we are not going to declare war on Pakistan.
Is al-Queda a Threat to the United States?
al-Queda is a moderate threat. The al-Queda as it existed pre-9-11 has been destroyed with most of its leader dead or captured but there will always be lose knit organization in the region that will still continue to dislike American foreign policy in the region, including the fact that we went into a sovereign nation to assassinate Osama. Extremists groups such as al-Queda are a tool used by different governments to achieve different goals at different times in the covert and proxy war that is fought by regional powers.
Will the Department of Homeland Security Ease Security Restrictions?
No. Once you go black op, you never go back. There has been so much money made by too many people in the development, sale, and maintenance of naked body scanners for any agency to ease up their spending budget. The tight security restrictions are more about control over the populace than about securing the country. The power enacted by the Patriot Act have more often been used against Americans than your typical billionaire run international islamafacist terrorist organization.