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English: Osama bin Laden interviewed for Daily...

On March 8, 2012, Canada’s largest newspaper, the Toronto Star, published Osama bin Laden’s final days: Revealing new account tells of squabbles in Pakistan hideout.

Here are two of the eight comments posted by readers:

that’s what I thought.. As soon as the article comes out on Statfor debating the details of his death (the largest private Intelligence firm in USA), this comes out.. It’s clearly a distraction.

This is all propoganda B.S. He was dead long before this. The lies are starting to uncover themselves..ie burial at sea. Articles like this are intended to distract us.

Previously, I wrote The Osama bin Laden killing: where was the kidney dialysis equipment or the DNA results of his kidneys?

For more on 9/11, see my article, Rudi Dekkers drops some bombshell 9/11 revelations on the tenth anniversary of the attacks.

As for my question on April 29, 2011 — Will Ron Paul throw 9/11 Truth under the bus again, like he did in 2008? — I haven’t heard of him throwing it under the bus in this campaign season, but he hasn’t embraced it, either. The fact that he hasn’t won a single Republican primary shows that embracing it wouldn’t have cost him a primary that he would’ve otherwise won, and that was a point I was making in writing that article.

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A still of 2004 Osama bin Laden video

I was discussing the phony war on terror (on its face, since you can’t have a war against a tactic) with a friend yesterday, and the topic of the alleged May 2, 2011 killing of Osama bin Laden came up.

First, they said they had a DNA match in under 24 hours, despite that being technologically impossible; only to say that what they really meant was that they had preliminary results. Then, it came out that in producing a “match,” they didn’t actually have bin Laden’s DNA, but had used the DNA of some of his close relatives.

Here’s some DNA testing I’d like to see — where are the DNA test results of his kidneys, since there is evidence that he had kidney problems back in 2001, as explained by CNN’s Sanjay Gupta.

They found porn in the complex, but no kidney dialysis equipment.

If he was suffering severe kidney function in 2001, then he either had a miraculous recovery, or he had a kidney transplant.

In order to prove that the man they said was bin Laden actually was bin Laden, all they had to do was DNA test his kidneys and show that at least one of them weren’t his.

But even with a kidney transplant, you need anti-rejection drugs, yet no such drugs were reportedly found in the compound.

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