When our brave Navy SEALS captured Osama bin-Laden, who turned out to be hidden in plain sight in the vicinity of a military academy in Pakistan, many of us in the US began to wonder if Pakistan is really a US ally, and whether the Pakistani military or covert agents--or both--actually knew his whereabouts all along.
US security analyst Raelynn Hillhouse says Osama's address was given to our military when a Pakistani intelligence officer came forward to claim the $25 bounty on his head. This contradicts the official version, which says that bin-Laden was tracked through his courier to the house where he had been living for 5 years. In the Telegraph, Rob Crilly quotes Hillhouse as saying, "The (ISI) officer came forward to claim the substantial reward and to broker US citizenship for his family."
And who was paying the Pakistani's to hide bin-Laden? The Saudis! According to Hillhouse, "My sources tell me that the informant claimed that the Saudis were paying off the Pakistani military and intelligence (ISI) to essentially shelter and keep bin Laden under house arrest in Abbottabad, a city with such a high concentration of military that I'm told (has) no equivalent in the US." Some residents of the city later said they had received mysterious visits the night before the raid, warning them to stay inside with their lights off.
Pakistani officials have always denied that Pakistan had any part in hiding bin-Laden or any knowledge about the secret mission that killed him. But Hillhouse claims that Pakistan gave the US permission for the covert mission, which would then be covered up by claiming bin-Laden had been killed in a drone strike (for some reason, this version never ended up being used).
Crilly quotes Hillhouse as saying, "The co-operation was why there were no troops in Abottabad. It had always seemed very far-fetched to me that a helicopter could crash and later be destroyed in an area with such high military concentration without the Pakistanis noticing."
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