There remain many unanswered questions about 911, and a new report has surfaced suggesting that Osama bin Laden and his number 2 Al Qaeda commander Ayman al-Zawahiri worked with secret NATO forces for 3 months after 911 to sow discord and upheaval in the Caucasus. The claim is being made by Sibil Edmonds, who Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg has claimed has "information far more explosive than the Pentagon Papers."
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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.
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Five years ago today was the worst day of most of our lives, akin to the day the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor for our parents? generation. I was half asleep in bed in San Antonio when I suddenly heard on the radio that a plane had struck the World Trade Center. I threw off the covers and headed for the TV, saying to Anne that I thought I?d heard that a commuter plane had hit one of the twin towers.
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Osama bin Laden has been located, but is in an area ofPakistan that the government cannot reach because the entirepopulation is hostile to the central authority. John Lehman,a member of the 911 Commission said in a speech yesterdaythat bin Laden had definitely been found.

Lehman was Secretary of the Navy during the Reaganadministration, and was among the 10 members of the 911commission.

While delivering a speech on terrorism at Pitzer College inClaremont, Lehman said that bin Laden is in Baluchistan, inSouth Vaziristan, in Pakistan. However, US troops are unableto enter the region due to the fact that a substantial forceis needed, and the US military is already overextended dueto the wars in Iraq and Pakistan.
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