Saturday, September 23, 2006

Is Osama Dead?

Master of puppets.
(Hat Tip to HotAir)

The French Got It All Wrong, again!

On Saturday, September 23, the French newspaper L’Est Republicain reported that Osama bin Laden had died in Pakistan. The cause of his death, according to the report, was a “very serious case of typhoid” which led to “paralysis of his internal organs.” The newspaper, which claimed to have obtained the news from a credible Saudi source, said that the al Qaeda chieftain, who remains the most wanted man in the world, died on August 23.

EXCLUSIVE to the Northeast Intelligence Network & Canada Free Press

23 September 2006: You can’t believe all the news that’s originated from Saudi sources, printed in French newspapers, and broadcast on major news outlets throughout the U. S., Canada, and Europe.

That’s the word from Hamid Mir, Osama bin Laden’s official biographer and the only journalist to interview the elusive al Qaeda emir in the wake of 9/11.

In an exclusive release to the Northeast Intelligence Network and Canada Free Press, Mr. Mir called the report was “rubbish” and said that it represented “old wine in an new bottle,” an apparent allusion to Congressman Curt Weldon’s statement last March to The Philadelphia Inquirer that bin Laden had died in Iran.


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