… intelligence analysts at the National Counterterrorism Center … In their popular annual desk calendar… a page about the al Qaeda leader features an altered photograph, showing a neatly trimmed bin Laden in a dark suit and tie, looking more like a used-car dealer than a guerrilla fighter. – usnews
Bin Laden Nose Conspiracy. Bin Laden is dead, but they need a boogie man, so they create confessing impostors in blurry videos. The problem with that is, the actual Bin Laden has an unusually long high thin nose:
- LEFT: PENTAGON’S “CONFESSION” VIDEO BIN LADEN
- RIGHT: KNOWN IMAGE OF BIN LADEN
Five years later and bin Laden has not been charged as having any association with the 9/11 attacks. By the FBI’s own guidelines, they have found or been provided with no evidence to connect bin Laden to the events of that day. This includes the alleged “confession tape” which was miraculously ‘discovered’ in a house in Jalalabad by US troops and features a bin Laden doppelganger with a rotund frame and absent the real bin Laden’s slender nose. According to the FBI bin Laden is left-handed, yet the tape shows him writing a note with his right hand. – propmatrix
Osama denied involvement and speculated on who might be to blame. Professor Flagg Miller, whom I spoke to, was given 1500 audio tapes by the FBI, the Bin Laden audio library. He told me there is nothing in the tapes that indicated Bin Laden was involved. Therefore, the Sacramento Bee is guilty of falsely forming a connection between Bin Laden and 9/11 using the audio tapes. Dick Cheney himself said they never tried to make the case that Bin Laden was directly involved in 9/11 and the FBI says there is no hard evidence linking him to the attacks.
Finding mister short nose and arrest him for the attacks of 9/11. He confessed, after all!
PS. Here is a rare shot of Bin Laden from the side… is this the real Bin Laden?
Update: Correctly identifying Osama Bin Laden is relevant because of the following:
… Cheney conceded he is disappointed that al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden remains at large. He said intelligence reports indicate that bin Laden is still alive, but he said it was not clear if he is still running al-Qaeda operations. “Capturing Osama bin Laden is something we clearly would love to do,” Cheney said. “There are 30 days left.” – ( Sunday, December 21, 2008, Washington Post)