Bin Laden WAS NOT buried at sea, but flown to the U.S. for cremation at secret location, claims intelligence boss in leaked email


Bin Laden WAS NOT buried at sea, but flown to the U.S. for cremation at secret location, claims intelligence boss in leaked email

By Thomas Durante

Mail Online

7 March 2012

The fate of Osama bin Laden’s remains have been called into question after emails leaked from an intelligence analysis firm say the body of the terror leader was actually sent to the U.S. for cremation.

According to the emails, the Al Qaeda boss was shot and killed during the famous Navy SEAL Team Six raid on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, was transported back to the U.S. and cremated.

The emails were allegedly obtained by the hacker group Anonymous from Stratfor, an organisation dealing with analysis of intelligence and geopolitical analysis.

It’s also known as the ‘Shadow CIA’.

Last week, Anonymous announced that it had gotten access to 2.7million of the firm’s confidential correspondences, and said they could provide ‘the smoking gun for a number of crimes’.

The hackers said Stratfor, based in Austin, Texas, were ‘clueless’ when it came to database security.

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3 Responses to Bin Laden WAS NOT buried at sea, but flown to the U.S. for cremation at secret location, claims intelligence boss in leaked email

  1. cromwellshead says:

    I still do not believe anything about how or when he died. If indeed he is dead.
    You know, psychopathy knows not the difference between truth and lie. What I see presented on this subject is just that. Still, spooks tend to be psychopathic.

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