It Was a "Kill Operation" All the Way

The story of the killing of Osama Bin Laden still hasn't been told truthfully. 

We first heard that the terrorist leader had used a woman, believed to be one of his wives, as a human shield before a Navy SEAL tapped two quick bullets into his chest and head. 

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​"There was a female that was reportedly used to shield Bin Laden from the incoming fire," said U.S. anti-terrorism czar John Brennan on Sunday night. "Here is Bin Laden, who has been calling for attacks, living far removed from the front and hiding behind women put in front of him as a shield. It really just speaks, I think, to the nature of the individual he was."

Problem: That wasn't true, according to reports coming from Politico.com and Reuters. Top White House officials have now said that the woman, believed to be one of his wives, was injured, not killed, and that she wasn't used as a human shield. Apparently another woman in the compound was killed and may have been used as a shield by one of the male combatants in the compound and Brennan was confused between the two stories. 

How convenient a mistake. Why is it that when it comes to dramatic military events -- think Jessica Lynch and Pat Tillman -- the government always seems to put out at least one or two self-serving falsehoods (if not an entirely fabricated story)? In this case, it placed Bin Laden in a position of cowering behind a woman when he was killed, as if the world needed that justification or another reason to believe he was really a bad guy and a coward to boot. 

Inside, read about what may be the biggest falsehood propagated about the operation of all -- and why these kind of stories aren't just unnecessary but also work against American interests.
Brennan also told the media that Bin Laden was armed at the time he was killed and may have gotten some rounds off in a firefight. 

The Obama administration has quietly corrected that now too, admitting that Bin Laden apparently wasn't armed and wasn't killed in a firefight. The apparent precision of the two shots indicated that already. 

But the administration is still saying that they were forced to kill Bin Laden due to "resistance" rather than capture him alive. 

Don't buy it. The SEALs are the best-trained forces the world has to offer, and if they wanted to bring Bin Laden out of that compound alive, they damned well would have done it. It appears that early government official was right when he said, "This was a kill operation." They even made sure to put one in his brain.

It was a high-level hit. 

And it was totally justified, considering the magnitude of the target and the incredible damage he had done around the world and to America on September 11. When it came to Bin Laden, it was war, plain and simple.

There are serious questions being raised about the legality of the Bin Laden killing, and it all seems to boil down to the idea that American forces were justified in killing the terrorist leader if they acted in "self-defense." Well, the operation was conducted in self-defense of the nation and the world on a man who was planning more deadly attacks. And as far as the shooting is concerned, just about any furtive action made by Bin Laden at the time of the encounter in his bedroom would satisfy that requirement. Who in their right mind would take any chances when dealing with the man behind the mass murder of thousands of innocent people? 

There are obviously profound questions about national security at stake here, and it seems pretty clear that President Obama and Leon Panetta decided it was in America's best interest if Bin Laden were killed rather than captured. Fine. The problem is that the accompanying fiction -- especially the story about the human shield -- hurts America's credibility and actually gives al Qaeda an arguing point, a tiny sliver of moral high ground, that it doesn't deserve. 

The administration made the decision, so own up to it, embrace it, and move on in what is undeniably a better world because of it.

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Dpetrano
Dpetrano

Countless thousands of Americans who were never compensated moneywise, suffered serious/grave physical injuries on 9/11 due to the dust, burns, etc. They have been patiently waiting for evidence that would enable them to pursue legal action against Bush-era officials as culprets.

Bin Ladin's body would have provided clues of any conspiracy in terms of 9/11 to the people referenced above.

Bin Ladin may have had a kidney transplant or a USMC tatoo, or even an implant consistent with U.S. medical treatment to keep him alive.

I repeat, Bin Ladin was a Chief CIA operative named "Tim Osman" in the 70s-early 80s. This fact alone creates a presumption he was working with the USA from day-one until his demise.

Bin Ladin's "Burial at sea" is nothing more than WILLFUL DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE by POTUS, a current member of the Illinois Bar.

Destruction of evidence in a felony investigation is a disbarrable offense. Nixon was disbarred by the NYS Bar for destroying White house recordings (evidence) following Watergate. Clinton was disbarred in Arkansas for lying about evidence in a non-criminal case.

As it stands, w/o bin Laden's body to examine in a forensic setting, countless thousands of Americans injured on 9/11 will not have the ability to meaningfully examine whether ot not bin Laden conspired with Bush-era US officials in terms of 9/11.

Duane
Duane

How different is the narrative when the Dems are in charge. All those who denounced the War on Terror as a phony figment of Dick Cheney's brain now rally to proclaim it for the heroic Obama. Those kill squads vas denounced by John Kerry are once again to be applauded.

Dpetrano
Dpetrano

Are you people blind or just plain stupid?

OBAMA ORDERED HIS BODY DUMPED IN THE SEA!!!!!

Where I attended law school, dumping a body of a murder suspect in the sea before independent forensic analysis is conducted, is DESTRUCTION OF EVIDENCE.

Everyone knows bin Ladin was on dialysis dating to 1998.

No one survives dialysis-dependent kidney failure for 13 years absent a kidney transplant by a highly competent medical team.

Forensic analysis would have revealed EVERYTHING about his kidney transplant, including solid clues where/when he received his transplant and post-op treatment . . . perhaps a USA medical team tending one of their own?

After all, Bin ladin was in-fact a CIA operative code-named "Tim Osman."

DEAL WITH IT: 9/11 WAS AN INSIDE JOB.

David F. Petrano, Esq

anonymous
anonymous

"What is really delusional is that I believe that you are self righteously ignorant of what you are doing or the hurt and pain you inflict on your targets and the fall out to their families..." from RK

Ans: Unbelievable that you can live with yourselves after what you did to the Mutual Benefits victims, not to mention other atrocities that truly have destroyed people's lives. You are pond scum, Klenet. Shut up! You people are pigs.

anonymous
anonymous

Get nasty, Pulp. You got a week to put all the crap on these people out there. We know you have it, and everyone who deserves to be exposed should be given their 24 hours worth of exposure on The Pulp. Start with the lobbyists....

Truth Sayer
Truth Sayer

I'm having my Osama bin Laden cocktail ... two shots and a splash!

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

RK (Russ Klenet I presume).

Your wife and you brought this on yourselves. Nobody asked you to take a golfcart from corrupt developers then give multiple versions trying to explain how it happened. Nobody asked you or your wife to falsify campaign finance documents. In fact, your wife has begged for a job in public service. The problem, she has appeared to cross the line (definitly violated ethics rules). The problem with your family was brought on by you. When you a candidate campaigns as a family person and campaigns as someone honest. We the voting public expect that.

Why doesn't your wife use your name? Why doesn't she campaign on the issue that her husband is a lobbyist? Why, because she probably wouldn't be elected.

I know that all people are dishonest to a certain degree, including you and your wife. The problem is you and she have been dishonest to the public and dishonest with public funds (campaign). Maybe you dont think those issues should be brought to light. As a voter, I sure as hell do.

RK
RK

Bob;Sorry to see you leave the pulp and go to Channel 10. Where you should be going is to Hell. Your diatribe of daily distortions have hurt and ruined many good and fine people in this community. People that have devoted their lives to making Broward a better place for all to live. The vicious and vulgar comments of your bloggers is beyond disgusting. It's vile.

What is really delusional is that I believe that you are self righteously ignorant of what you are doing or the hurt and pain you inflict on your targets and the fall out to their families. My Wife and I work very hard for what we have achieved. We have devoted countless hours of our time while sacrificing our families only to be mocked because you felt we did not pay a proper price for a golf cart. Like somehow you were an expert on the price of golf carts. Or that you think that we should have ate at McDonalds' instead of a lobster dinner while we were in Tallahassee. Instead of thanking us for being on the public's business you and your negative bloggers ridicule and accused us of criminal activity. And its not just our family that have endured your libelous remarks but many fine people and politicians in this State.

Ultimately, your type of journalism will destroy this country because the honest, hardworking and decent politicians and contributors to this great country will not want to subject themselves to this abuse.

Good Riddence

PhatBlackChick
PhatBlackChick

I believe the Kill Orders issued by our President were appropriate for Osama Bin Laden.

Seeing how our Justice system works, OBL would have used his wealth to his advantage (an extremely lengthy and costly trial {parkland man: OBL's lawyers will try to bleed his bank accounts dry then OBL will have a court appointed attorney after all of his money is gone}, he will eventually be found guilty by a jury.Then the game of delay begins. A long and lengthy appeals process, followed more legal arguments which would delay his death sentence for his crimes against humanity at least ten years). I remember how long it took our government to execute Tim McVey. Do you?

Also, imprisoning OBL after his capture would have been nightmare for the Federal facility holding him. I think of Scott Rothstein and what the Feds had to do to keep him alive to serve his sentence, what would the Feds do to keep OBL alive for trial and his eventual date with the needle, while in their custody? His followers would use all means available to them to free their leader. From kidnapping/killing more Americans here or abroad and/or committing terrorist events worldwide until their leader is freed.

Two bullets. One to the head. One to the heart. The E.N.D.

Randi Krotch
Randi Krotch

Meanwhile, back in the Middler East, Osama Bin Laden's Still Dead.

casin
casin

Bob,

I enjoy your commentary and the fact that you try to bring light to issues that we wouldn't ever know otherwise. Thanks for that!

Now, you opinions on matters that you know nothing about, like this covert mission and it's execution, is better left out of this. Making assertions about what might have happened, makes all your other assertions less authoritative simply because is nothing but speculation and BS.....

Please Pulp, stick with what you do best, namely expose the corruption and abuse in the local scene, and get your impulses to influence opinion, specially when you are utterly unqualified, under control....

Former Military
Former Military

UBL was a bad person of historical proportions, his death and the way he died will be written about for years...mostly by conspiracy theorist like you Bob. Let this story go...stick with the local beat and be thankful SR made your career!

Allen Dulles
Allen Dulles

Bob: I have an enormous amount of respect for what you have done in this town and wish you the best of luck over at WPLG. However, I am going to give you some very valuable and unsolicited advice. Don't go there!

I don't want you to write anything that can misinterpreted in any way to mean that you believe that the U.S. government is intentionally lying about this Bin Laden story, on any level. Of course they are and it gets much worse than you can ever imagine, but the point is that you have a very bright future over at WPLG as an investigative journalist who exposes "local" corruption.

I have personally witnessed the careers of some very patriotic Americans derailed because they ventured down the rabbit hole. I am not suggesting for a moment that you have even come close to that, but at this most sensitive time in our nation's history, and in light of who your future employer is, I think you need to proceed with extreme caution on this story and perhaps clarify in an update that you are in no way suggesting that the U.S. government is "intentionally" misleading the public.

I would have emailed you this advice but I wasn't sure how often you check your email.

Steve-O
Steve-O

I haven't believed any of the details of the raid yet (with the exception of OBL being snuffed out). I don't blame anyone; this is what happens after such an event before debriefing. Osama was a coward who was never adept at handling firearms. The chances of him combating a SEAL Team are extremely remote. That shit only happens in the movies.

Tony
Tony

This is war not a criminal matter so you kill first. Indecently are these not the same people who stated they "celebrate death" well the USA has given them something to celebrate.

Model Citizen
Model Citizen

Commissioner Ritter is phoning it in again right now at the commission meeting.

Gatorfl
Gatorfl

It was a "Kill Operation" All The Way--JUST AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN.

Regarding the spin on the events, t is highly possible that the narrative that made it to the press was misunderstood and thus the questions.

Judge Roy Bean
Judge Roy Bean

Justified? Yes I would say so. The SOB was behind the killing of more Americans in one day than in Pearl Harbor. Plus I remember a guy named Bush, saying wanted dead or alive and offering one big-ass reward.

Jon
Jon

What is lost in the narrative is that Bin Laden killed far more Muslims over time than he did Americans. He was certainly no frined of theirs either.

Lestrad
Lestrad

Sure. And now you're gonna say we should have captured bin Laden and put him on trial to show the world that the US still stands for justice and the rule of law. Yeh right.

Parkland man
Parkland man

What rock did you come out of you really think the whole thing is a hox,that's why your a fn lawyer everything you say and do is nothing but bullshit and that's all you stand for is bullshit,you mush be smoking crack if you think that was all made up,keep your law degree and keep showing what a pack of fn losers and sihitbirds you fn lowlife lawyers are,it looks to me like they wasted a bullet,the one to his head was good enough they should have saved the other one for an asshole lawyer like you.

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

I am sure you received a fine education from the Acme School of Theology, Hypno Therapy, Law, and Tire Re-Treading. Your post is full of technical inaccuracies

First off for the technical operation of law, bin Laden was identified as an enemy combatant as well as a criminal suspect.

If I remember right one of the Kennedy's was buried at sea.

People live 30+ years on dialysis absent a Kidney transplant so good thing you didn't go to med school too.

So let's just say for a second bin Laden is not dead. I dont think you can argue his anti-american videos and audios he puts out. He would be an ultimate hero and would put the US to shame if he were to meet with a reporter in private as he's done in the past. He won't do that of course. Why? because he is dead.

Sometimes you just have to agree with Parkland Man

anonymous
anonymous

A bunch of Broward County's corrupt elite think they dodged a bullet by avoiding getting in in the Pulp's crosshairs. It has been my experience when I got rid of a boss I didn't like, the next guy was worse. New Times may replace Bob with a less sensitive guy. Some of you guys may be wishing for the days of gentle Bob Norman. If I had to guess, Pulp is going to take his files and write a book. Another book, that is.

anonymous
anonymous

What is the proper price for a golf cart? Listen, with the millions of dollars Rick and Stacy bilked the taxpayers out of, and the megabucks they've stuffed in their pockets, they should have bought their own golf cart. Just goes to show you, they'll take whatever they can grab. Isn't that disgusting.

anonymous
anonymous

Going to hell? I thought Broward County WAS hell. You mean there's a different place?

anonymous
anonymous

Good "Riddence?" Riddence?? This isn't Russ Klenet talking...it's Stacy's dad, Ed. Well, it's certainly someone in that family.

Worth Repeating
Worth Repeating

The Stacy Ritter Corruption Compendium By Bob Norman, Mon., Feb. 2 2009 @ 7:47AM Share 0diggsdiggAfter the Miami Herald over the weekend broke a story on yet another Stacy Ritter vote that benefitted the lobbying business of her husband, Russ Klenet, I think it's time we had a one-stop shopping spot for all the alleged misdeeds of the Ritter-Klenets.

Because of its length, the post jumps. I will update as the saga unfolds.

2007

-- It begins in the summer of 2007 with a notebook left behind at a commission meeting by a supervisor working for URS, the company that has been paid about $100 million to manage Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. Klenet worked as a lobbyist for URS but when his wife, Ritter, was elected to the commission in November 2006 he claimed to have cut ties with that company and all others doing business with county. The notebook, however, listed Klenet as a member of its lobbying "posse" as late as April 2007, months after Ritter took office. Worse, Ritter had made herself the

"airport liaison" for the county commission and had been advocating on the dais for URS every step of the way. Here is link. -- Next was the Vista Health Plan vote. Ritter voted to give Vista the contract without disclosing that the company had hired her husband's firm to lobby the commission seven weeks before. She also served on the insurance commission that worked on the matter. Ritter claimed because her husband didn't actually lobby the commission on the matter -- his partner William McKinley was the registered lobbyist-- the vote wasn't a conflict. Yet, Klenet served on the firm -- Tallahassee-based Dutko, Poole, McKinley -- as the "managing director" for Broward County operations. One of the state's biggest long-running jokes, the Commission on Ethics, backed up that ludicrous contention. From the article: "Even longtime, corruption-hardened county government insiders privately say that Ritter and Klenet are violating the public's trust and heading for serious trouble." Here's the link.

-- Ritter's relationship with URS deepens when her county emails show that Klenet was serving as a conduit to her from the company and that she was sharing county information on airport matters with Klenet, potentially for URS' benefit. All the while Ritter was doing URS's bidding on the dais and behind the scenes as commissioner. Here's the link.

-- The Miami Herald reports on Ritter's June 2007 vote for ES&S, the electronic voting machine company. Klenet had been a long-time lobbyist for ES&S and his new firm, Dutko Poole McKinley, was representing ES&S at the time. The lede (there is no link available any longer):

Broward County Commissioner Stacy Ritter voted in June to approve a $5.4 million, no-bid deal to buy new optical scan voting machines from a company that's a client of her husband's lobbying firm.

The proposed contract is with Election Systems & Software -- the company that in 2002 sold Broward the controversial touch-screen voting machines that are now being replaced. Ritter's husband, Russell Klenet, was the lobbyist who landed that original $18 million contract.

Klenet was last registered to lobby for ES & S at county hall in 2005; in 2006 he promoted a printer developed by ES & S to create a paper trail for its iVotronic touch-screen system.

County officials said neither Klenet nor anyone else has lobbied for ES & S this year, but Klenet said he still consults for ES & S on matters outside Florida as a senior vice president of Tallahassee-based Dutko Poole McKinley. He has told clients he ''merged'' Russ Klenet & Associates into the firm on March 1.

Again, Ritter tried to explain away the gross conflict by pointing at the ethics commission ruling. Unbenownst at the time, Klenet was also receiving $2,000 a month at the time of his wife's vote, allegedly for work he was doing outside the county.

2008

-- The Broward State Attorney's Office investigated all of the above allegations and, amazingly, cleared Ritter of wrongdoing. Assistant State Attorney Dave Schulson reported that he'd found no conflicts of interest or improper actions. The ludicrous finding questions State Attorney Michael Satz's ability to investigate corruption involving the core Broward County power elite. (See Jenne, Ken). Ritter says she's going to be more careful in the future. ''To avoid any potential or perceived conflict and to make the public feel more confident in what we do as a body, I will choose to abstain and file the necessary forms if there's an issue which could be perceived as a conflict of interest," she tells the Herald.

-- Ritter backs Barack Obama and serves as his campaign chairwoman in Broward County. Obama calls Ritter a true friend. After the election Ritter interviews at the White House for a job in the Obama Administration. Here's the link.

2009

-- The Sun-Sentinel reports that Klenet has been sued for $2 million by alleged fraudster Steven Steiner, a former principle of Mutual Benefits Corp., a giant Ponzi scheme that had paid Klenet $20,000 a month for lobbying in Tallahassee and another $100,000 to renovate Klenet and Ritter's home in Parkland. Even after the company was shut down by the SEC for ripping off investors, Klenet maintained ties with the crooks who ran it and used their money to help him buy a new viatical company, Life Settlements International. Here is the link.

-- The Pulp learns that in 2006 Mutual Benefits paid a whopping half-million dollars to fund a negative campaign against Oliver Parker in a state house race, helping Ellyn Bogdanoff win teh Fort Lauderdale seat. Here's the link.

-- The Pulp learns that while Klenet was working for Mutual Benefits, Ritter voted on legislation in 2004 designed to shield the company from regulation by the state's department of banking and finance. She never disclosed the conflict. At that time, Mutual Benefits was already the subject of numerous complaints across the nation, so both Ritter and her husband should have known they were voting for and accepting money from a fraudulent operation. Here is the link.

-- Former state senator and current Broward Commission candidate Steve Geller's involvement with Klenet and Mutual Benefits is detailed. A victim of Mutual Benefits is interviewed: "I don't trust anyone in Florida anymore." Here is the link.

-- Stacy Ritter hits back at the Miami Herald, Sun-Sentinel and New Times, saying she is innocent and that the latter publication is good only as fish wrapper and to find a "good penis enlarger." Here is the link.

GradStudent
GradStudent

Oh. My. God. I SHOULD have done my Psychology Thesis on you. This is classic behaviour of lack of insight and self-awareness. I over-analyzed my options. Boo.

KennyPowersSays
KennyPowersSays

Not buying the ruse, but just in case, that was pathetic.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

RK, I dont think Pulp means that you should eat @ McDonald's. He means that you should have paid for your food (and cell phone) with the fruits of your labor like everyone else.

Sadly, using campaign funds to supersize your fries is just as criminal as using campaign funds to kill a few lobsters.

casin
casin

Whoever you are, your comment says more about you than anything Pulp or anybody else would report....

Your sense of entitlement and belief that because you are able to bamboozle a bunch of uninformed citizens to vote for your candidates by misleading, cajoling and outright buying their votes, IS what's dangerous and abhorrent....

If you used your great talent to do good, we'll all benefit... You chose to use that talent to rip people off and is a shame you are not in jail.....

Pulp
Pulp

Is that really you Russ? Have you forgotten about about your work for the Ponzi schemer Joel Steinger, with Alan Mendelsohn, with Alan Ginsburg, with URS, with Vista, and with the Arena Operating Company?

Here's a link to refresh your memory: http://blogs.browardpalmbeach....

By the way, how did your lucrative work for Joel Steinger, one of the greatest and most obvious crooks in this county's history, make Broward "a better place to live" other than getting you a $100,000-plus renovation of your Parkland home and padding your pockets with money you should have known Steinger was ripping off from innocent investors? You knew about the dozens of complaints and the state and federal investigations while you were eating from Steinger's hand didn't you?

What did your spending $20,000 on dinners, your lobbying office telephone bills, travel etc out of your wife's campaign coffers while she was running unopposed contribute to society?

When Alan Mendelsohn said in federal court that you taught him how take gifts from clients and not report them to the government, what did he mean?

How did you get Ginsburg contracts with the state while your wife was in the legislature?

You're no historian Russ (if it really is you). Stick to critiquing your wines on Twitter.

Lestrad
Lestrad

Yeah Baby. Anyway since Obama the US president has the right to order the death of any American citizen he feels is a terrorist, bullet to the head, no questions asked, so what's the big deal with bin Laden? He gets a rial where you or I wouldn't? Gimme a break.

Patti Lynn
Patti Lynn

The "kill" was the only way for closure for the police, firefighters, Twin Towers' workers, those on the 3 hijacked airplanes, and all of those that they left behind. The victims will not return to life, but relatives won't have to relive the horror through trials, pleas, and claims of inhumane conditions.

I am proud of all of those involved in the operation, from the first guy who trailed the courier, up to and including the teams of Navy Seals dropped into the compound. I looked at the photo of the Situation Room, with the tense, emotion-filled faces, and I felt their resolve, their doubt, and their worry for the teams.

God, Allah, and everyone's selected Higher Power: Thank you for allowing the USA to come to its own conclusion on how the operation should go. I only wish that I believed that that Higher Power guided our steps and led us onto the right path. Unfortunately, I believe what Rabbi Kushner stated in his book, "When Bad Things Happen to Good People," people make bad decisions...and when they do, their god cries, too.

I believe that Osama, (Usama), will suffer, in perpetuity, for the violence that he has inflicted on innocents. My hope is that younger people will try to bring some sanity into the conflicts in the east. The Hatfields and McCoys fought for years...only because that's what they were taught to do. They had NO idea who started the fight, what it was about, or why the hell they were fighting...only that that was all that they knew.

CHANGE needs to happen...and I HOPE we can convince people to take the first steps.

KennyPowersSays
KennyPowersSays

More like, dead man tell no tales. Did Allen West approve this?

Allen Dulles
Allen Dulles

You see, Bob? This is precisely what I was referring to in my post above. Someone actually misinterpreted your article and is now referring to you as a conspiracy theorist, which you clearly are not and have never been.

gimmesamore
gimmesamore

Dear Allen:

Nice throwback to the CIA old days.

I seriously doubt that Bob is worried about your opinion and/or that of his new employer. You think his future employers haven't read his blog over the years? How arrogant of you to post such nonsense. WPLG is licking its chops at the opportunity to have Bob's talent on board. If you actually read this blog everyday, you would know that his recent statements are MILD compared to those he makes on a daily basis. Just becasuse he points out the possibility of misinformation from the US government does not make him anti-US in any way, shape form or fashion. Your gentle advice sounds more like a hiddent threat.

You write as if you have some inside glimpse at what really went down with OBL, but I guarantee you don't know any more than the rest of us. What could be worse than reported? The Seals shot OBL more than twice? Give me a break. Look at other cover ups in the military; Pat Tillman, various other friendly fire deaths, Gitmo... and oh, you may remember a little place called Abu Ghraib, WMD's, etc...

Lestrad
Lestrad

Yeah I got sick to my stomach when I saw those people rejoicing at the deaths of innocent Americans. I just hope their all smart enough not to get mad at seeing us Americans whooping it up over the O8ama kill. As for whether their lying, who cares? We needed something to woop it up over, and we got it, and that's what counts.

parkland man
parkland man

I'm glad that pos got killed i wouldn't even want to give him a glass of water and feed this creep,and the best is they threw him in the water like he was dog shit a fire would have been a little better if he was still alive,hopefully a lot of them people will kill themselves and think there going to be with him that would be great.

Dpetrano
Dpetrano

sp correct: trials would have ruled-out conspiracy theories

Dpetrano
Dpetrano

Did you want a trial for Bin Ladin? What about Oswald?

Tielas would have ruled-out conspiracy theories.

Bin Ladin's body would have provided concrete clues as to whether he conspired with USA officials to stage 9/11.

glass slipper
glass slipper

Hey asshole it is a fucking HOAX, too bad you and about 80% of your countrymen are too simpleminded to realize it.

Bin Laden wasn't even on the FBI's most wanted list for any involvement on 9/11.

They dumped the alleged Bin Ladens body in the ocean for the same reason they dumped all the rubble from the 9/11 "event" in China, so no one could conduct a proper forensic investigation.

They overlooked the dust from ground zero, it contains NanoThermite which is only produced in Military labs and is not cooked up in some cave in Afghanistan.

Boy PK man it must hurt to be so stupid.

Dpetrano
Dpetrano

13 years on dialysis would have required bin Laden to have daily contact with a highly advanced/modern medical facility, the kind one gets when he was employed as a Chief CIA operative, like Tim Osman A/K/A Osama bin Ladin, who managed to inflict 50,000 Soviet deaths in Afghanistan while working for the CIA .

anonymous
anonymous

Russ, I mean. "Russ" and Stacy. Sorry I must have been thinking of Rick Scott.

anonymous
anonymous

Don't forget Ken Keechl, Pulp. Even though he's keechled, gone and forgotten, he was part of the despicable Steinger theft ring, he was the acting lawyer. Chalk it up. They all have their hands dirty from grabbing ever filty dollar they could get their hands on. Then walking around like they're decent human beings.

IrvingFeiner
IrvingFeiner

Oh, Pulp, that's just biting sarcasm. No one could actually be pompous and dumb enough to actually make those comments.

If he were the real RK, he would also have explained away the free kitchen.

DeathFrog3
DeathFrog3

Hey Gimme,

Allen does read this blog every day posts several times a day as well. Allen Dulles is Virgil Srakwell's Alter-Alter Ego

Patti Lynn
Patti Lynn

Dear Parkland Man,

You have been posting some really HORRIBLE stuff, your language has been terrible, and your spelling even worse. All that being said, I agree with your previous post.

glass slipper
glass slipper

Make that rogue USA terroristic dual citizen "officials" who planned this "Pearl Harbor type event" to usher in PNAC.

anonymous
anonymous

Is Steinger still under house arrest at his $7 million dollar mansion that was bought with stolen money and the lovely work of Klenet and Keechl? Does he get to stay there until he like, dies? WTF?

gimmesamore
gimmesamore

Whatever - still the same response. Virgil knows better, but he even goes off the deep end sometimes. Nothing personal, I just don't think Bob needs anyone trying to pre edit his future work. For that matter, Bob doesn't need my dumb ass defending him...

I will stand mute on this matter now.

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