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Sunday, May 15, 2011

Osama Bin Laden

We, the United Stated of America, killed Osama Bin Laden, of which I am responsible. It is my country, these are my people and I must accept responsibility for those acting on my behalf.

And I do not necessarily agree or condone what has occurred.

Assuming: Osama Bin Laden is guilty of everything he has taken credit for and has been given credit for.
The question still arises, why in fact, did they kill him, without his American day in court.

America advertises its love of the letter of the law, and the laws on which the nation was founded.
Then WHY
* why did they lie about how he died
  first they said he died in battle
then they changed the story stating that he was unarmed

* why did they deem it necessary to kill him without letting the world see that he was a prisoner

* why did they make the choice to kill someone without arms to defend themself

* why if it took ten years to find him, where they in such a hurry to eliminate him.

There are more unanswered questions and confusion than when he was alive.

Revenge and fear, perhaps the motivation
The act seems to be a vigilanty group, taking the law into their own hands, judge and jury.

Why did they do it?
It seems more like someone trying to hide something, rather than protection.

They hunted the man for ten years, three thousand six hundred fifty days plus the days for the leap years, did they have a deadline that they had to meet in order to get paid.

I don't know how you feel about all of this, maybe you don't know either, but it seems to me that there is something going on that we don't know about. Something is being hidden from us, about this whole affair.

Consider the fact, that the US was warned repeatedly about attacks on the World Trade Center AND the 'intelligence' was disregarded.

Somewhere there is information about the attack on Pearl Harbor was not a suprise but the excuse the US needed to enter the war. That the powers to be permitted the attack.

There is more to this, there is more than governments involvement, there is even more than OIL. Unless OIL is in fact the deciding. Perhaps OBL made someone in one of the oil producing countries angry and we are doing their bidding. How did they find this guy, finally?

These guys are supposed to be good at what they do, how did he elude them?
Even though we are unfamiliar with that part of the world there are people who know the lands intimately. Something smells about the whole thing, from the bombing of the towers, to the killing of OBL.

The twin towers on any average day had one hundred thousand people working in each tower, and there were train links and stations in the basement and underground shopping malls, cities below ground leading to the towers, and only three thousand people died. I can't believe they were that lucky 0.015% of the average daily population without the many tourists wandering there.

Maybe in my lifetime the truth will come out, in the mean time, I continue to doubt the morality and judgement in killing OBL without his American day in court.

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