Osama Bin Laden Video by US
May 7, 2011 by staff
Osama Bin Laden, The United States has launched several videos seized by U.S. forces hideout in Pakistan al-Qaida, Osama bin Laden, showing him on television watching and trying to make statements to the world.
U.S. Navy Seals killed the mastermind of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. in a raid before dawn last Monday at the mansion of Bin Laden in the garrison town of Abbottabad. Before leaving, he took command of U.S. officers Saturday described t*rror*sm as the biggest ever data collection.
The intelligence official press conference said the videos; computer disks and other materials showed that bin Laden was “far from being a figurehead, he was an active player” in al-Qaida operation. Under the basic rules for journalists, the official name cannot be disclosed.
Bin Laden seemed particularly concerned about the way they are presented to the world.
A video shows bin Laden carefully watch television news about him. He sat on the floor, wrapped in a brown blanket, with a remote control, flipping back and forth between channels that apparently show live coverage of it. He saw an old TV, small units on top of a desk, with a tangle of cables to a control box nearby.
In this video, unkempt beard was streaked with gray.
But in another, he has apparently dyed black and trimmed beard that for the filming of a propaganda video, one entitled “Message to the American people,” believed to have occurred in October or November. U.S. Selected Videos to release does not contain any audio.
The intelligence official press conference said the U.S. officials have examined DNA samples from bin Laden have determined that there is only one chance in 1.8 billion man Navy SEALs dead is not bin Laden.
U.S. officials have been looking through the items seized in the hope of learning from what Al Qaeda had plans for future attacks and where other al-Qaida officials are living.
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