Monday, June 28, 2010

CIA Director Leon Panetta Says That It Has Not Had Any Reliable Intelligence on Osama bin Laden's Location Since Early 2000s

Well duh, Mr. Panetta. Hello McFly. Of course the CIA has not had any reliable intelligence on the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden in a long, long time. One mainstream news agency reported Osama bin Laden dying around December, 2001. Unless Mr. bin Laden is a ghost haunting the battlefields of Afghanistan or a cyborg sent back in the time, no one will not be seeing him any time soon.

Mr Panetta said the al-Qaeda leadership was at its weakest point since the Sept 11, 2001 attacks, but admitted that he had not had reliable intelligence on the location of the group's leader since "the early 2000s".

"Since then, it's been very difficult to get any intelligence on his exact location," he said.

Source: Telegraph

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