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Osama bin Laden

About Osama bin Laden

Osama bin Laden is believed the person behind the US 9/11 attacks. Osama is featured in the Most Wanted List by the US. Abu Qatada is his European representative.

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In September 07, Brit TV star Dom Joly revealed he went to the same school as Bin Laden, and is now trying to track down a photograph of himself with Laden.

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Judicial Watch Obtains Previously Classified CIA Inspector General Report Strongly Condemning Agency Handling of Briefings and Interviews With the Entertainment Industry
WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - October 28, 2015) - Judicial Watch announced today that it has received a previously classified December 2012 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) report from the Office of Inspector General (OIG) strongly condemning the agency’s handling of “briefings, interviews, visits, and other support” given to the entertainment industry

Judicial Watch Sues DOD for bin Laden FOIA Request Records
Judicial Watch announced today that on June 17, 2014, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the United States Department of Defense (DOD) to obtain records of communications relating to its May 2, 2011, FOIA request for bin Laden death photographs and videos (Judicial Watch v U.S. Department of Defense (No. 1:14-cv-01027)).

MMRGlobal CEO Featured in Newsmax as Retrial to Free Dr. Afridi Is Scheduled to Continue Today
MMRGlobal, Inc. (OTCQB: MMRF) today called attention to a Newsmax article entitled "'American Hero' Languishes in Jail," profiling in part the humanitarian and philanthropic efforts of MMRGlobal CEO Robert H. "Bob" Lorsch and Company spokesperson Kira Reed Lorsch to free Dr. Shakil Afridi, the man who confirmed the location of Osama bin Laden for the U.S

Records Obtained by Judicial Watch Reveal U.S. Knew of Sophisticated Al Qaeda Plan to Hijack Commercial Airliner in 2000
Judicial Watch announced today that on August 29, 2013, it obtained a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Intelligence Information Report (IIR) revealing that the United States disregarded advanced warning of a 2000 al Qaeda plot to hijack a commercial airliner because "nobody believed that Usama bin Laden's organization or the Taliban could carry out such an operation."

Judicial Watch Asks Supreme Court to Review Lawsuit Against CIA and DOD to Force Release of bin Laden Death Images
Judicial Watch announced that it has filed a certiorari petition with the Supreme Court of the United States to review a 2013 Appeals Court ruling against the Judicial Watch lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Dept. of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency (No. 12-5137))

Judicial Watch Sues CIA for Guest List From 2011 bin Laden Assault Awards Ceremony Where Panetta Revealed "Top Secret" DOD Information
Judicial Watch announced today that on June 21, 2013, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) seeking access to records identifying attendees at a June 24, 2011, awards ceremony for individuals involved in the search for and killing of Osama bin Laden

Judicial Watch Decries Appeals Court "Craven" Ruling Supporting DOD, CIA Refusal to Release bin Laden Raid and Burial Images
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today criticized a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia affirming a U.S

MMRGlobal CEO Robert H. Lorsch Blogs About Personal Health Records, Wizardry and Humanitarian Efforts to Free Dr. Afridi
Robert H. "Bob" Lorsch, CEO of MMRGlobal, Inc. (OTCQB: MMRF), blogs about the Company and humanitarian and philanthropic efforts to Free Dr. Shakil Afridi. This blog and others can also be viewed at

Philanthropic Couple Takes Free Afridi Campaign to the Military
Underwriters MMRGlobal CEO Robert H. Lorsch and RHL Group President Kira Reed Lorsch today announced a "Free Afridi" campaign directed to the military and their families through Military Times. Dr. Shakil Afridi is the man who risked his life to verify the location of Osama bin Laden for the United States

Jessica Chastain & Jason Clarke of "Zero Dark Thirty" Did Their Part to Free Afridi on the Oscar(R) Red Carpet, Congress Do Your Part
The RHL Group, Inc., who kicked off the "Oscar®, Help Free Afridi, America's Abandoned Hero" campaign that appeared in the March 1st Oscars® Edition of The Hollywood Reporter, announced that a House Resolution, H. Res. 86, was introduced in Congress today. The resolution calls for the immediate release from custody by Pakistan of Dr

MMRGlobal CEO Briefs Congressional Oversight Subcommittee on Questions Surrounding Better Ways to Have Spent $11 Billion on HIT Incentives
Robert H. Lorsch, Chairman and CEO of MMRGlobal, Inc. (OTCQB: MMRF) ("MMR"), a leading provider of Personal Health Records (PHRs), MyEsafeDepositBox storage solutions and MMRPro document management and imaging systems for healthcare professionals, recently met with U.S

Judicial Watch Details Ambitious Investigative Agenda for 113th Congress
Judicial Watch today released its list of investigative priorities for the new 113th Congress. The investigative agenda, which is being independently pursued by Judicial Watch, is a wide-ranging catalog of waste, fraud and abuse by the Obama administration. The investigative priorities include:

U.S. Navy Court Filing: Information Detailing bin Laden Burial Must Be Kept Secret Because It Might Offend Terrorists Abroad
Judicial Watch announced today that on January 15, 2013, the United States Navy filed a motion for summary judgment on Judicial Watch's July 18, 2012, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking access to the details regarding the burial of terrorist mastermind Osama bin Laden (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Department of the Navy (No. 1:12-cv-01182))

U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit to Hear bin Laden Photos Argument
Judicial Watch announced today that on Thursday, January 10, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit will hear oral argument regarding a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit requesting the release of dozens of images of Osama bin Laden's body taken after he was fatally shot in a Special Forces raid in May 2011 (Judicial Watch v. U.S

Report: Judicial Watch Disclosures of "Zero Dark Thirty" Leaks Spur Criminal Referral

Tyrant Targets(TM) Shoots for Holidays: Bin Laden, Gaddafi, Saddam, Jong Il Targets Debut
Though they are gone for good and it's good they're gone, four of the world's most despicable, deceased recent tyrants are now fair game for target practice as Tyrant Targets launches its novelty line of paper shooting targets for the 2012 Holidays. Available online at for $5.99, the unlimited downloadable Tyrant Targets come in 8

National Geographic Channel Announces Nov. 4 Airdate for Harvey Weinstein Film "SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN"
Just a year and a half after President Obama ordered the raid that ended the longest manhunt in American history and took down al-Qaeda's notorious leader, Americans can now see for the first time in a full-length feature film how it all went down in SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN.

Judicial Watch Obtains Stack of 'Overlooked' CIA Records Detailing Meetings With bin Laden Filmmakers
Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained records from the U.S

Judicial Watch Sues the United States Navy for Records Detailing bin Laden Burial at Sea
Judicial Watch announced today that on July 18, 2012, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit (Judicial Watch v. Department of the Navy (No. 1:12-cv-01182)) against the United States Navy for records detailing "any funeral ceremony, rite or ritual" for Osama bin Laden prior to his burial at sea

Seven Navy SEALs reprimanded for divulging classified information
Letters of reprimand handed over to the Seven SEALs

The Pentagon threatens legal action against author of 'No Easy Day'
'No Easy Day' is due to be released on September 4

Pakistan civilian deaths due to US drone strikes 'lowest since 2008': Report
Less number of civilians in Pakistan have died in US drone strikes so far this year compared to any other time in the last four years, according to a report.

Pak minister says 'Osama op doctor' not safe in Peshawar jail
A Pakistani minister has said that Dr Shakeel Afridi, who helped the U.S. locate Osama Bin Laden, is not safe in the Peshawar jail.

'Powerful quarters' in Pak pressing to keep 'extremely damaging' Osama raid report classified
The Abbottabad Commission, which has completed its findings on the May 2 raid on Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound, is facing pressure from "certain powerful quarters" in akistan to not make the report public.

Bee stings kill as many people in UK as terrorists: Report
Bee stings kill as many people in the United Kingdom as terrorist attacks do, a report by a British government watchdog has claimed.

U.S. senators plotting moves to 'force' Pak to free jailed 'Osama doc' Afridi
Two U.S. lawmakers, U.S. Senator Rand Paul and Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, plan to press Pakistani Ambassador Sherry Rehman this week for the release of Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi who was sentenced to 33 years imprisonment after he helped the CIA track down Osama Bin Laden.

Now, Taliban bans 'sugar coated poison pills' polio vaccinations in South Waziristan
In yet another setback to the polio eradication campaign in Pakistan, the Mullah Nazir group in South Waziristan has banned polio vaccinations in the agency till the United States halts all drone strikes in the tribal region.

US hopes election of new Pak PM will improve ties
The Obama administration has welcomed the election of a new prime minister in Pakistan, and has expressed hope that the move would help improving ties between the two countries.

U.S. renews call for 'Osama doc' Afridi's release
The United States has renewed its call for the immediate release of Dr Shakil Afridi, who was sentenced to 33 years in prison by a Pakistani court after he was found 'guilty' of helping the CIA trace Al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

'Deliberate, willful' harassment of U.S. diplomats in Pak reaching tipping point: Report
Harassment and obstruction of U.S. diplomats by the Pakistani government has increased dramatically, and has reached the point where it is "significantly impairing" the work of the American embassy and consulates in Pakistan, a U.S. State Department report said.

U.S. hopes for speedy and lawful resolution of political crisis in Pak
The United States has expressed hope that Pakistan's latest political crisis would be resolved in accordance with the country's constitution amid a showdown between the judiciary and government.

U.S. Congressman worried 'Osama doc' will rot in dungeon if America loses interest
U.S. congressman Dana Rohrabacher has expressed concern about jailed Pakistani doctor Shakil Afridi and said that without U.S. intervention, Dr Afridi will be left to "suffer in a dungeon."

Al-Qaeda criticizes Pakistan for demolishing Osama's house
An Al-Qaeda leader has criticized Pakistan for demolishing Osama bin Laden's house in Abbotabad to prevent it from becoming a shrine.

London Olympics may be launching pad for 'patient' Qaeda's 'dirty bomb' terror dreams

US removes Mullah Omer from most wanted terrorist list
Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar has been removed from the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation's list of "most wanted terrorists".

U.S. gearing for curtailed ties with Pak after deadly November 26 NATO airstrike
The US is gearing up to have curtailed ties with Pakistan, which it believes will complicate its efforts to target extremists and provide supplies to NATO troops in Afghanistan.

Pak Opposition Leader Nisar Khan slams Gilani over questioning bin Laden's presence
Pakistan Opposition leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has criticised Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani for raising the question of slain Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden's presence in Pakistan during an assembly session.

Chinese diplomat visits Pak for talks amid worsening ties with US
Senior Chinese diplomat Dai Bingguo has arrived in Pakistan for talks in the wake of the latter's worsening ties with the United States

Egypt based terror group aims to fulfill Bin Laden's oath
A new Egypt-based terror group has announced itself online with the aim of "fulfilling the oath" of Osama bin Laden, according to jihadi monitors.

Pak Govt, army at loggerheads over ongoing Supreme Court's Memo Gate probe
The Pakistan Government and the army seem to be at loggerheads in the wake of the Supreme Court vowing to go ahead with the probe into the Memo Gate scandal rather than calling it off.

'Pak army wants to oust Zardari through legal means without military coup'
Pakistan army wants to oust President Asif Ali Zardari through legal means rather than staging coups, military sources have said.

US confident about Pak re-opening NATO supply route
The Pentagon has expressed confidence that US-Pak ties can be improved, and hoped that Islamabad will re-open NATO supply route on a border with Afghanistan.

Manipulations and deals
It was in 1988 that a Pakistani dictator had to die before the country could have another chance at democracy.

Rakhi Sawant compares Veena Malik to Saddam and Gaddafi
Rakhi Sawant hit out at Pakistani actress Veena Malik, slamming her 'disappearance' and comparing her to fallen dictators Saddam Hussein and Colonel Gaddafi.

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