Was Osama not dead already?

Monday, May 2, 2011 at 14:32 | Posted in terrorism | 3 Comments

As I blogged for three years ago, late Benazir Bhutto, the former prime minister of Pakistan, mentioned in a BBC interview recorded as early as November 2007 that Osama bin Laden was dead. As far as she knew he would have been murdered. That part of the interview was not broadcast by the BBC and it was not referred to by main stream media.

Here is the relevant part of the interview for a reminder:

Now that president Obama announced that Osama bin Laden was killed by US troops last night I take it that we can safely assume he is indeed dead. The question is if he was killed last night or a few years ago. Unfortunately we can not ask Ms Bhutto but the US government just might have some clarifying information to provide.

Here is president Obama’s announcement:

Bhutto: Osama bin Laden murdered

Tuesday, January 1, 2008 at 4:07 | Posted in censorship, terrorism | 5 Comments
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In an interview she gave to David Frost on 2nd November, Benazir Bhutto said that Osama bin Laden has been murdered by šeik Omari Osama. If this is true, it would be a sensational piece of news which, however, has not been reported by main stream media or commented by any government. Amazingly, David Frost lets the matter pass without questions or comments although any reporter would have asked a clarifying question if such a scoop was casually dropped during an interview.

According to Prisonplanet.com Mrs. Bhutto’s statement was censored by the BBC. If Osama bin Laden has indeed been murdered and if the western governments actually are covering it up it would put the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in a totally new perspective. That very statement could be the motive of her murder but it could equally be a motive for Al Qaeda or for the western coalition.

The first video clip shows the part of the interview where Mrs. Bhutto makes her statement, the second covers all of the interview.

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