Former CIA agent's eight years hunting bin Laden in Pakistani badlands | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Former CIA agent's eight years hunting bin Laden in Pakistani badlands

Art Keller, a blond, blue-eyed CIA agent, sits inside a decrepit building deep inside al-Qaeda territory, staring at his computer screen. He is forbidden by his Pakistani minders from venturing out into the badlands of Waziristan to help to find and kill the world’s most wanted man.

He is sick and exhausted, and suffering from food poisoning. Back home in the US his father is dying of cancer. The plumbing is basic, the heat intense — the generator has failed again. He pores over cables looking for any scrap of information — an intercepted phone call, an aerial photograph — that might finally end the hunt for Osama bin Laden.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

What an obvious, throw it at the readers with a trowel, collection of bovine excrement! And right on time, also, just before a solemn commemoration of 9/11 this Friday.

Ben Laden has been at room temperature for a number of years now; the death notice was well-publicized in Middle Eastern newspapers and on-line resources.

This is just another, highly pathetic, attempt to demonize Pakistan for what it is not doing; protecting a (very dead) Bin Laden in "...the badlands of Waziristan"!

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