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Osama Bin Laden Photos Must Stay Secret, Obama Administration Contends In Court Documents

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on September 28, 2011


The photos that made public that time and even this clip seem fake. This already created the question of reliabilit­y in the issue in Obama administra­tion . What could be the advantage to hide the photos now and make public in the future?
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Pakistan Arrests Multiple C.I.A. Informants Involved In Bin Laden Raid, Say Sources

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 15, 2011

By KIMBERLY DOZIER and KATHY GANNON

WASHINGTON — Pakistan’s intelligence service has arrested the owner of a safe house rented to the CIA to observe Osama bin Laden’s compound before the U.S. raid that killed the al-Qaida leader, as well as a “handful” of other Pakistanis, a U.S. official said late Tuesday.

In Pakistan, a Western official confirmed a New York Times report that five of the Pakistani informants who fed information to the CIA before the May 2 raid were arrested by Pakistan’s top military spy agency.

The officials spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence matters. A spokesman for the Pakistani spy agency declined to comment.

The Times, in an article posted on its website late Tuesday, said detained informants included a Pakistani army major who officials said copied the license plates of cars visiting bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan in the weeks before the raid.

The fate of the CIA informants who were arrested was unclear, but American officials told the newspaper that CIA Director Leon Panetta raised the issue when he visited Islamabad last week to meet with Pakistani military and intelligence officers.

U.S.-Pakistani relations have been strained over the raid by Navy SEALs on Pakistani territory, which was a blow to Pakistan’s military, and other issues. Officials said the arrests of the informants was just the latest evidence of the fractured relationship between the two nations. Read the rest of this entry »

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Pakistan Parliament Slams U.S. For Raid That Killed Osama Bin Laden

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 15, 2011


It could be better if USA worked together with Pakistan with special secret mission. According to Internatio­nal law also that was not good what US did.
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Pakistani Taliban Claim Responsibility For Deadly Suicide Bombing

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 13, 2011


We need to keep one of our kids’ name “Peace” and others’ “Happy” to spend Happy life in the peaceful world. There is no more option.
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Afghan Taliban, Al-Qaeda May Rethink Ties Now That Osama Bin Laden Is Dead, Say Analysts

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 5, 2011


Compromise is the best solution. War is not the solution. War creates series of problems. Brotherhoo­d is the only solution for the peaceful world. Leave egoism and come to the peaceful world.
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Osama Bin Laden Raid: Navy SEALs Feared Terrorist Leader Was Reaching For Weapon, Say U.S. Officials

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 5, 2011


It could be better if came everything together rather than piece by piece depending upon the situation.
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Osama Bin Laden Was Unarmed During Navy SEAL Raid, Says White House

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 4, 2011


Firstly, better not to kill anybody even in the war if possible. Secondly, it could be better even for USA just to capture rather than to kill him for more possible informatio­n. Thirdly, even according to informatio­n provided Osama was not with arm. So he was killed and not captured? Lots of unnecessar­y debates and doubts in this case undoubtedl­y.
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Bin Laden Raid Revives Debate on Value of Torture

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 4, 2011

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The discussion of what led to Bin Laden’s demise has revived a national debate about torture that raged during the Bush years. A rally against torture was held in Washington in 2008.

WASHINGTON — Did brutal interrogations produce the crucial intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden?

As intelligence officials disclosed the trail of evidence that led to the compound in Pakistan where Bin Laden was hiding, a chorus of Bush administration officials claimed vindication for their policy of “enhanced interrogation techniques” like waterboarding.

Among them was John Yoo, a former Justice Department official who wrote secret legal memorandums justifying brutal interrogations. “President Obama can take credit, rightfully, for the success today,” Mr. Yoo wrote Monday in National Review, “but he owes it to the tough decisions taken by the Bush administration.”

But a closer look at prisoner interrogations suggests that the harsh techniques played a small role at most in identifying Bin Laden’s trusted courier and exposing his hide-out. One detainee who apparently was subjected to some tough treatment provided a crucial description of the courier, according to current and former officials briefed on the interrogations. But two prisoners who underwent some of the harshest treatment — including Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, who was waterboarded 183 times — repeatedly misled their interrogators about the courier’s identity. Read the rest of this entry »

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Osama Bin Laden Death Raises Vengeance Fears

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 3, 2011


After terrorist leader, level of terrorism is increasing psychologi­cally. That’s why alertness increasing­.
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Osama Bin Laden Dead: How One Phone Call Led U.S. To Bin Laden’s Doorstep

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 3, 2011


Phone and internet are the most powerful tools for spy and investigat­ion purposes.
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National Counterterrorism Center: How A Little-Known Spy Agency Helped Track Down Osama Bin Laden

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 3, 2011

    
Brain used technology and existing human resource. Different brains work differentl­y and existing technology and human resource could have quite different result.
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Obama’s Osama Bin Laden Mission Captured In Historic Situation Room Pictures (PHOTOS)

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 2, 2011


Why they chose very small room? Everybody could not seat there.
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From 9/11 To Osama Bin Laden’s Death, Congress Spent $1.28 Trillion In War On Terror

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 2, 2011


This $1.283 trillion was used not for constructi­ve but for destructiv­e mission. We killed each other. The basis of any problem and solution is the individual­. The present world situation is the result of our way of thinking. Some people are using their maximum effort to divide people and to control others to be so called powerful. If everybody thinks about each other we would not have problems, but we are habitual in our thinking and define everything according to ourselves or group or community or country. Religious persons are also dividing people in the name of religion. The basic of every religion is the same – love. Religion is religion if it unites people and not if divides people. We therefore, need conversion from leaders to masters, religious persons to spiritual persons to achieve a level of World Peace. http://ram­kshrestha.­wordpress.­com/2011/0­3/27/overc­oming-new-­decade-cha­llenges/
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Osama bin Laden corpse photo is fake

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 2, 2011

Image of bloodied man picked up by British newspapers has been circulating online for two years

An image purporting to show Osama bin Laden's bloody corpse, right, is a composite of two separate images, left and centre. Photograph: twitpic

An image apparently showing a dead Osama bin Laden broadcast on Pakistani television and picked up by British newspaper websites is a fake.

The bloodied image of a man with matted hair and a blank, half-opened eye has been circulating on the internet for the past two years. It was used on the front pages of the Mail, Times, Telegraph, Sun and Mirror websites, though swiftly removed after the fake was exposed on Twitter.

It appears the fake picture was initially published by the Middle East online newspaper themedialine.org on 29 April 2009, with a warning from the editor that it was “unable to ascertain whether the photo is genuine or not”.

Daily Mail publishes fake Osama bin Laden pictureThe Daily Mail was one of the newspaper websites to publish the fake picture of Osama bin Laden’s body. Read the rest of this entry »

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Bin Laden case lacks transparency – political analyst

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on May 2, 2011

As the world is absorbing the news of Osama Bin Laden’s killing by the US military, the credibility of the evidence provided by Washington is being questioned.

Bin Laden’s death was announced by US President Barack Obama late on May 1. Further reports stated that Bin Laden had been buried at sea, as an unnamed US official told CNN. That left the world with little evidence and gave grounds for a new surge of suspicion.

There has been a lot of confusion over the last six months, since Bin Laden was sighted by the US last time, says Ahmed Quraishi, Senior Research Fellow at the Pakistani think-tank “Project for Pakistan in 21st Century”. The confusion was further heated by suspicion that the US was using Bin Laden as a bogeyman to perpetuate its meddling and interference in the region.  Read the rest of this entry »

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