Al Queda bullshit, war on terror hypnosis - how about JUSTICE, or reforming the many totally corrupt systems in the USA?
Healthcare, Finance, Military, education, infrastructure?
Or, indeed, how about 9-11, the inside job? Heretical to even talk about it!!!
Remember the many fake videos? (google it)
But lets be distracted by the death of a single man who was working so nicely for the USA military-industrial complex.
DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE
On May 1, 2011, U.S. President Barack Obama announced that Osama bin Laden had been killed in Abbottabad.
Karachi's Geo News had a few hours earlier described a helicopter crash and "heavy firing" on the evening of May 1 "near the PMA (Pakistan Military Academy) Kakul Road", which, two km northeast of the center of Abbottabad, forks off toward the northeast from the Karakoram Highway 34°09?59?N 73°13?42?E? / ?34.16639°N 73.22833°E? / 34.16639; 73.22833. 
May 02, 2011 13:09 PM
Osama Bin Laden Killed In Abbotabad Near Islamabad Of Pakistan
ISLAMABAD, May 2 (Bernama) -- Pakistani Urdu TV channel Geo News quoted Pakistani intelligence officials as saying that the world's most wanted terrorist Osama Bin Laden was killed in a search operation launched by the Pakistani forces after a Pakistani army helicopter was shot down in the wee hours of Monday in Abbotabad, a mountainous town located some 60 kilometers north of Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad.
At about 1:20 a.m. local time a Pakistani helicopter was shot down by unknown people in the Sikandarabad area of Abbotabad, China's Xinhua news agency reported, quoting the Geo News.
The Pakistani forces launched a search operation in the nearby area and encountered with a group of unknown armed people. A fire exchange followed between the two sides.
When the fire exchange ended, the Pakistani forces arrested some Arab women and kids as well as some other armed people who later confessed to the Pakistani forces they were with Osama Bin laden when the fire was exchanged and Bin Laden was killed in the firing.
Local media reported that after the dead body of Bin Laden was recovered, two US helicopter flew to the site and carried away the dead body of Bin Laden.
Initial reports said that at least one was killed and two others were injured in the crash. At least two houses were engulfed by the huge fire caused by the crashed chopper.
Rescue team rushed to the site shortly after the crash was reported and the armed forces cordoned off the area and launched a search operation there.
Sources of Xinhua said they tried to enter the area after the incident took place, but no media people were allowed inside.
"No one knows in that helicopter crash Bin Laden was killed," said the sources.
ISLAMABAD, May 2- A Pakistani army helicopter crashed early Monday morning in Abbotabad, a small town some 60 kilometers north of the country's capital city Islamabad, reported local Urdu TV channel Geo.
The report quoted eyewitnesses as saying that there were heavy firing at the helicopter before it crashed in the hilly Sikandarabad area of the town. It is not known how many people were aboard the plane which is reportedly capable of carrying eight to 10 persons. One local Urdu TV channel Ary reported that at least one person was killed and another injured in the crash.
'We were with Bin Laden during shootout'
Pakistani Urdu TV channel Geo News quoted intelligence officials as saying that the world's most wanted terrorist Osama bin Laden was killed in a search operation launched by the country's forces after a Pakistani army helicopter was shot down in the wee hours of Monday in Abbotabad, a mountainous town located some 60 kilometers north of Pakistan's capital city of Islamabad.
Army chopper shot down in city where Osama killed
President Omaba confirms the mission to locate Osama Bin Laden's compound
was a joint operation by US Special Forces and Google Maps
It's unclear who added the hideout to Google Maps or when, but it's already there -- and labeled as an "amusement park."
pins marking both the compound and the Cantt police station:
Osama bin laden's compound google maps dmz coordinates map abbottabad
Islamabad, May 2 (IANS) An army helicopter was shot down early Monday morning in Pakistan's Abbotabad city where Al Qaeda founder Osama bin Laden was killed, a media report said.
Inside of the historic cantt. police station (fortress) of Abbottabad, which is included in the demolition list of the provincial government works department
Bin Laden's compound is just north, as you can see below, of a hospital for women and children and a cinema. About 800 feet to the west is the Cantt Police Station. There's little information available about the station online, but a Flickr photo taken in February 2007 shows it in rough condition. The station, at that time, was "included in the demolition list of the provincial government works department," the caption claims.
Here the direct link:
Geo TV quoted sources as saying that the chopper crashed on PMA Kakul road in the early hours of Monday.
One person was killed and two injured in the incident.
Media reports did not indicate whether the helicopter was gunned down during a special operation to kill Osama bin Laden.
Eyewitnesses cited by Xinhua said heavy firing was heard before the helicopter fell.
It is not known how many people were aboard the chopper which is reportedly capable of carrying eight to 10 people.
Chopper crashes, three blasts heard near PMA Kakul: ABBOTTABAD: Three loud blasts were heard near the Pakistan Military Academy (PMA) Kakul Road late Sunday night and a military helicopter also crashed. Sources told Geo News that heavy firing was heard in the area before the chopper crashed.
Windowpanes of the nearby buildings and houses were smashed due to the intensity of the blasts, the sources said. Eyewitnesses said first sound of heavy firing was heard and then there was a huge blast. Fire erupted at the scene of the occurrence and according to latest reports police and fire brigade teams were rushing towards the blast scene. Security forces cordoned off the entire area and military helicopters were also hovering over the area.
Four helicopters launched the attack in the Bilal area of Abbottabad, about 100 kilometers north of Islamabad, said a Pakistani intelligence official who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information. One of the helicopters crashed after it apparently was hit by fire from the ground, the official said. He gave no word on casualties. He said the helicopters took off from a Pakistani air base in the north of the country. Women and children were taken into custody during the raid, he said. He spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information.
Helicopter crash near site of US operations against Osama
Press Trust of India / Islamabad May 02, 2011, 10:34 IST
Osama Bin LadenA helicopter crashed near Abbottabad city in north-west Pakistan during an operation by US special forces that resulted in the killing of Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden, Pakistani TV news channels reported today.
The military helicopter burst into flames after crashing into the compound of a house near Bilal Town area near Abbottabad, a short distance from the Pakistan Military Academy, the channels reported.
Two other helicopters participated in the operation during which some persons were killed and several foreign nationals, including women and children, were detained, the channels quoted sources as saying.
There was no official word on the development.
Several news channels beamed grainy footage of a burning helicopter on the empty lawn of the compound near Abbottabad, surrounded by security forces.
They also beamed footage of the home, set amidst agricultural fields, surrounded by Pakistani troops this morning.
Pashto-language Khyber TV channel reported that a helicopter shelled a house after suspected militants fired at it.
Local residents told the media they had seen helicopters flying over the area hours after the operation.
By Michelle Mairesse
"The fraud was rather simple. Richard Secord arranged through then Vice President George Bush Sr.'s old friend, Ghaith Pharaon, the then retired head of Saudi intelligence, for Gulf Oil and Drilling to purchase from the Saudi government oil and gas leases in the Gulf which were effectively worthless."
"Also, in the case of Gulf Oil Drilling Supply, there was some moderately large international lending to that company. As you would suspect, it was principally out of the old George Bush friendly banks--Credit Lyonnais and Banque Paribas, which, combined lent $60 million dollars to Gulf Oil Drilling Supply, which, of course, was defaulted on later." (9)
"As reported last year by Gerald Posner in 'Why America Slept,' Prince Ahmed not only had alleged ties to Al Qaeda, but may also have known in advance that there would be attacks on 9/11. According to Posner, Abu Zubaydah, an Al Qaeda operative who was part of Osama bin Laden's inner circle and was captured in 2002, made these assertions when he was interrogated by the CIA. The commission should ask Mueller about Zubaydah's interrogation. They should also ask whether the FBI interrogated Prince Ahmed before his departure.
"But Prince Ahmed will never be able to answer any questions because not long after the CIA interrogation, he died of a heart attack at the age of 43. Yet we do know that he was on one of the flights."
Unger believes that this episode "raises particularly sensitive questions for the administration. Never before in history has a president of the United States had such a close relationship with another foreign power as President Bush and his father have had with the Saudi royal family, the House of Saud. I have traced more than $1.4 billion in investments and contracts that went from the House of Saud over the past 20 years to companies in which the Bushes and their allies have had prominent positions -- Harken Energy, Halliburton, and the Carlyle Group among them. Is it possible that President Bush himself played a role in authorizing the evacuation of the Saudis after 9/11? What did he know and when did he know it?"
Profits before Patriotism