Nor Cal Truth May 7, 2011
We are now being told that the CIA rented out a property next to Bin Laden’s compound and conducted surveillance since late last year. ABC has a news report you may watch here.
Not surprising to me, is that we are being told that the “10 million dollar” operation was a “failure” and that a positive ID was never acquired of Usama by the surveillance team. The CIA team was living next door until the day of the raid according to reports.
If the mission was a success, I would assume there would be photos of Bin Laden at his compound, many of them I imagine would be appropriate to show to the world.
The Independent is trying to figure out more and hunt the CIA spy-house down, apparently.
I think it is a prudent time to remember what FBI translator turned whistleblower Sibel Edmonds has said regarding Usama Bin Laden and the Taliban, that the U.S. maintained “intimate relations” with them “all the way until that day in September 11th.”
The question that I have right now is, “why are we being told about a CIA mission in the first place , let alone one that would violate Pakistan as a sovereign Country - but also one that produced no results and cost US tax-payers 10 million dollars?” The CIA is known for, “neither confirming nor denying” mostly anything, right?
I don’t have the answer, and anyone who says they do is hypothesizing. But this is becoming quite the circus and I imagine the PATRIOT Act renewal will slide right on by during the show. (Lets not be too distracted by Usama news being the point there.)