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US government set Osama bin Laden free!



A new study of the war on Afghanistan, which documents statements from key US military personnel, reveals that the US government caught Osama bin Laden but then set him free.[1,2]

If Osama bin Laden was responsible for the 9/11 attacks, and assuming that he was no longer working for the CIA, why did the US military deliberately release him? The official cover-story is that the US army wanted more of their advanced hardware to be used first!

The US government now claims to have caught the "mastermind" who "planned" the 11 September attacks.[3-5] Although the US government claims that the CIA was involved, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was in fact captured in Pakistan by a top-secret Pakistani intelligence operation. Pakistani officials handed Khalid over to CIA agents, but since then nobody knows where the terrorist is. According to a spokesman for the Pakistan government, Rashid Qureshi:

    "We have finally apprehended Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.
    It was the work of Pakistani intelligence agencies... It
    is a big achievement. He is the kingpin of al-Qa'ida."[6]

If the attacks against America September 11th were "masterminded" and "planned" by Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, as the US government states, then what exactly was Osama bin Laden's role in 9/11 and why did the US government invade Afghanistan?

The official reason for the US government's war against Afghanistan was to destroy Osama bin Laden's al-Qaeda terrorist network, but this did not succeed. Many people suspect that the true motive was a major American oil pipeline, which is now being constructed through the region.[7]


SOURCES:

[1] Robin Moore, 2004, "The Hunt for Bin Laden: Task Force Dagger", Macmillan (US), Random House (UK).
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0375508619/theins-20

[2] Mail on Sunday (UK), "The SAS trapped Bin Laden and were set for the kill... But American generals let him escape., pp 54055, 2 March 2003.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk

[3] BBC News (UK), "Al-Qaeda suspect 'under interrogation'", 2 March 2003.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/south_asia/2812181.stm

[4] New York Times (USA), "Pakistanis Arrest Qaeda Figure Seen as Planner of 9/11", front-page, 2 March 2003.
http://www.nytimes.com/2003/03/02/international/asia/02STAN.html

[5] New York Times, "Qaeda Suspect Sound Asleep at Trail's End", front-page, 3 March 2003.
http://www.nytimes.com/2003/03/03/international/asia/03ARRE.html

[6] The Independent (UK), "9/11 'mastermind' arrested", front-page, 2 March 2003.
http://news.independent.co.uk/world/politics/story.jsp?story=383015

[7] The Debate, "Was oil the motive for the war on Afghanistan?".
http://www.thedebate.org/thedebate/afghanistan.asp

"The Insider" mailing list article, 06 March 2003.

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