Pentagon Has No Records of Osama's Death … CIA and Admin Stonewall Requests …
By Staff News & Analysis - March 28, 2012

Pentagon says it has no records of bin Laden's death; CIA hasn't answered open records request … The hunt for Osama bin Laden took nearly a decade. It could take even longer to uncover U.S. government emails, planning reports, photographs and more that would shed light on how an elite team of Navy SEALs killed the world's most wanted terrorist. Ten months after that electrifying covert mission, an administration that has pledged to be the most transparent in American history is refusing to release documents about it under the Freedom of Information Act. The records could provide insights into how bin Laden died, how the U.S. verified his identity and how it decided to bury him at sea, as well as photographs taken during and after the May 2011 raid on his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. –

Dominant Social Theme: Records? We don't need no stinkin' records.

Free-Market Analysis: As responsible members of the alternative media, we've gone on record often as pointing out that Osama bin Laden probably died five to ten years ago. We were very suspicious of the well-timed murder of Osama by a group of Navy Seals. Our main article on the subject, which has been reproduced numerous times, can be seen here: Osama bin Laden Is Dead Again?

Many others in the alternative media have had the same reaction. It tends to begin with the idea that there is a group of dynastic families that want to run the world and use the proceeds of the central banks they control to do so.

These individuals and their enablers and associates help create economic downturns and even create international military tension escalating into wars. The war on terror is one such phony war, in our view.

Osama bin Laden was apparently a creation of the CIA along with al Qaeda that was built up by American Intel to oppose the Russians back in the 1980s. He is likely to have died years ago as a result of Marfan's Syndrome.

But the powers-that-be likely never announced his death because he was more valuable alive. They finally announced his death in order to boost the election possibilities of Barack Obama.

More likely, Obama may stand a good chance of being reelected because of a US rollout of electronic voting machines that leave no paper trail and can – evidence shows – be reprogrammed fairly easily to provide any winner or vote tally that is desired by the machines' controllers.

Thus it is not his election that the powers-that-be are interested in providing so much as an apparent JUSTIFICATION for his election. Obama has to be seen as being decisive and courageous – a slayer of US enemies. He probably is no such thing – in fact he may not even be eligible to be president. You can see more on this here: Clues Left in Obama 'Birth Forgery' on Purpose?

We live in a time that is truly amazing. These great central banking families seem to use dominant social themes – fear-based promotions that frighten the West's middle classes into giving up wealth and power to globalist institutions.

One hundred years ago there were no central banks and no world-spanning facilities such as the UN and NATO. Anyone with an open mind looking at what is occurring socio-politically and economically is bound to detect traces of manipulation of current events at the highest level.

It is Money Power that is directing events and determining the course of history. It is Money Power that creates precedents in order justify the various events that allow for the creation of an ever closer world – and world government.

Within this context the death of bin Laden fits right in. It is another seeming false flag presented by the most powerful Western government of all – but a government whose top officials work nonetheless for Money Power rather than for citizens they purport to represent. Here's more from the article:

Government officials have openly discussed details of the mission in speeches, interviews and television appearances, but the administration won't disclose records that would confirm their narrative of that fateful night. The Obama administration has not said even where in Washington's bureaucracy all the documents might be stored.

Requests for bin Laden materials were among the most significant of any filed last year under the open records law, which compels the government to turn over copies of federal records for free or at little cost. Anyone who seeks information under the law is generally supposed to get it unless disclosure would hurt national security, violate personal privacy or expose business secrets or confidential decision-making. The law has been the focus of extra attention since Sunday, the start of Sunshine Week, when news organizations promote open government and freedom of information.

Citing the law, The Associated Press asked for files about the raid in more than 20 separate requests, mostly submitted the day after bin Laden's death. The Pentagon told the AP this month it could not locate any photographs or video taken during the raid or showing bin Laden's body. It also said it could not find any images of bin Laden's body on the Navy aircraft carrier where the al-Qaida leader's body was taken.

The Pentagon said it could not find any death certificate, autopsy report or results of DNA identification tests for bin Laden, or any pre-raid materials discussing how the government planned to dispose of bin Laden's body if he were killed. It said it searched files at the Pentagon, U.S. Special Operations Command in Tampa, Fla., and the Navy command in San Diego that controls the USS Carl Vinson, the aircraft carrier used in the mission.

For us, the proof of Osama's death seems to lie with the US government. There are plenty of reasons to believe that Osama died years ago and little to substantiate his current death.

The evidences of his death are basically recognizable by their absence. Osama's body was hurled into the sea, witnesses silenced and now the house where he purportedly lived has been leveled. Here's an eye witness account that sees to contradict the official story: Eye Witness Tells Different Story of Bin Laden Death?

Skeptics of the death of bin Laden even claim that the Western black ops may have deliberately crashed an Afghan helicopter carrying Navy SEALS to make sure that SEALS were intimidated when it came to discussing the death of bin Laden and the questions surrounding it.

Now a heavy silence has fallen. For the Obama administration, "the book on bin Laden appears to be closed," the article tells us. "The Pentagon is refusing even to confirm or deny the existence of helicopter maintenance logs and reports about the performance of military gear used in the raid."

The AP has sued the Pentagon for information and received in return a "Glomar response." This refers to the 1970s when the CIA refused to comment on the top-secret, high-tech Glomar Explorer salvage ship. The CIA hasn't even bothered to respond as of this writing.

Supposedly, the CIA has photos of the dead bin Laden but it is refusing to release them or even acknowledge their existence. Judicial Watch has sued to force their release in federal court. The suit alleges there are some 50 photos of dead bin Laden in the possession of the CIA.

After Thoughts

We doubt it.

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