Bin Laden son asked US for death certificate 911 WAS A INSIDE JOB MORE PROOF

Riyadh (AFP) – A son of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden asked the United States for a death certificate after US Navy SEALS killed him, said a letter released by WikiLeaks Thursday.

The letter, stating it is from the US embassy in Riyadh, is among about 70,000 documents dubbed “The Saudi Cables” the whistleblower website published.

fish-CERN 9

They are among more than half a million cables and other documents from the Saudi foreign ministry and other institutions in the kingdom which WikiLeaks says it will release over the coming weeks.

The letter is signed by Glen Keiser, the US consul general in Riyadh and addressed to Abdullah bin Laden on September 9, 2011, about four months after a US raid killed his father in Pakistan after a decade-long manhunt.

“I have received your request for a death certificate for your father, Osama bin Laden,” Keiser wrote.

Legal experts in the State Department advised that no such document was issued, he said.

“This is consistent with regular practice for individuals killed in the course of military operations.”

Instead, Keiser provided Abdullah bin Laden with US court records in which officials confirmed his father’s death and, as a result, dropped a criminal case against him.

“I hope that these US government documents are of assistance to you and your family,” Keiser said.

The bin Ladens are a prominent Saudi business family. The kingdom stripped Osama bin Laden of citizenship in 1994.

Where was Osama bin Laden on 9/11?

If the CBS report by Dan Rather is accurate and Osama had indeed been admitted to the Pakistani military hospital on September 10, 2001,  courtesy of America’s ally, he was in all likelihood still in hospital in Rawalpindi on the 11th of September, when the attacks occurred.  In all probability, his whereabouts were known to

Read more [+]

Osama bin Laden Near Death in 2001 – Navy SEALs publicly clash over who killed bin Laden

Two former US Navy SEALs that took part in the raid at Osama bin Laden’s compound three years ago have told opposing versions of who ultimately killed the Al-Qaeda founder. The dispute over events is now materializing as both seek the spotlight. As RT previously reported, former SEAL Team Six member Rob O’Neill – who

Read more [+]