Bin Laden Avoided US Spying By Wearing A Cowboy Hat – Secret Pakistani Report


A secret Pakistani report leaked  online on Monday provides a series of stunning revelations about the life and  death of terror mastermind Osama bin Laden, the long-time Al-Qaeda leader  responsible for the 9/11 attacks against the United States in 2001.

The report, placed online by the Al Jazeera  news network, recounts the  testimony of more than 200 witnesses including bin Laden’s family members.

On one occasion during 2002 or 2003, bin  Laden was almost caught while headed to a market with his security guard  Ibrahim al-Kuwaiti and  the guard’s wife Maryam. The car he was riding in – it’s unclear who was  driving – was pulled over for speeding, but bin Laden ‘quickly settled the  matter,’ according to Maryam’s testimony, and the al-Qaeda leader was once again  off and running.

One of bin Laden’s relatives said ‘The  Shaikh,’ as he was known, often ‘wore a cowboy hat to avoid detection from  above’ by overhead U.S. drones, and that ‘a complete collapse of local  governance’ allowed him to hide inside the country for six years before U.S.  President Barack Obama gave the order to have him killed in a Navy SEAL  raid.

, , , , , , ,

Comments are closed.
%d bloggers like this: