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A Personal Quest to Clarify Bin Laden’s Last Days Yields Vexing Accounts

• New York Times
In his quest for the truth about his country’s most notorious guest, Shaukat Qadir started where it all ended: the room where Osama bin Laden was killed.
Last August, Mr. Qadir, a retired Pakistani Army brigadier, retraced the steps of the American commandos who stormed through the corridors of Bin Laden’s hide-out on May 2.

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'The New York Times'---Ah, the great American truth teller. - Without a body, you and I have not seen any proof that he was alive at this time to be killed again since the American MSM reported in December 2001 that Bin Laden had died. Just like destroying all of the forensic evidence from the Twin Towers before they could be examined for reasons yet unexplained, then no body to view, no proof that what has been said to have happened really did.