American Delta Force, aided by American and Brit Spooks stormed a compound at the end of a dirt road, near the Roohi Tabsamm Clinic in Abbottabad killing Osama Bin Laden in a Hail Mary of Judeo Christian Silver bullets.
Disguised as patients and staff at the Roohi Tabsamm Clinic, American assets guided in the team with laser like precision.
The compound was a hub of global drug dealing, arms dealing and antiquities smuggling and connections to Pakistan's ISI Secret Service have already been established. Whilst the illegal activities were going on in nearby houses, Bin Laden was housed and given cover by this.
The Pakistani ISI used the fact of turning a blind eye towards drug dealing, arms dealing and antiquities dealing on the block, not least by retired Pakistani ISI Officers, as cover for the Bin Laden family to live quietly, especially Osama, with his young, sexy, showgirl-esque wife.
Coming next will be the revealing news about Whitey Bulger and the elusive Gardner art.
To be continued.........................
Dicky Squire and Bill Sandover, MI6 Islamabad, are already claiming the inside information about Osama Bin Laden came from none other than
With help from Inam Ghani Director FIA Lahore and his partner in crime Dr, Suleman Director FIA Peshawar.
More to follow..............
Seal-ed With Silver Bullet Kiss !!!
Osama bin Laden was killed by a bullet fired by a United States Navy SEAL during a 40-minute helicopter assault on a fortified compound believed to have been purpose-built to hide the al-Qaeda leader.
Three other men were killed in what a senior Obama administration official described as "a surgical raid by a small team designed to minimise collateral damage".
Details of the make-up of the team that killed bin Laden were closely guarded but the CIA was closely involved in the planning and execution of the raid.
Troops from a SEAL unit - the US Navy's elite Special Forces cadre that draws its name from Sea, Air, Land, is understood to have formed its core.
The compound, in Abbotabad, some 35 miles from Islamabad, was built in 2005 and appears to have been the bin Laden family residence for some time.It took years for the compound to be located. Initially, the CIA knew only the nom de guerre of a man believed to be a trusted courier for bin Laden. Four years ago, his true identity was discovered and two years ago the places in Pakistan where he frequented were established.
The crucial breakthrough came last August when the compound where the courier lived along with his brother, another courier, was pinpointed and President Barack Obama briefed. The compound was in an affluent area of Abbotabad where many retired Pakistani military officers lived.Initially built in a secluded area at the end of a dirt road, more homes had sprung up nearby. But the compound was about eight times larger than any other residence. It was protected by two security gates and 12-18ft high walls.
The main three-storey building in the compound had a terrace hidden from view by a 7ft wall and many areas were sealed off by internal walls.Although the value of the compound was assessed at $1 million, the two couriers had no known source of income and there was no telephone or internet service.
Unlike their neighbours, occupants of the compound burned all their rubbish.American intelligence agencies involved in assessing the compound included the CIA, the National Security Agency and the National Geospatial Agency.
Eventually, it was concluded that a third family lived in the compound - the bin Laden family, including the al-Qaeda leader and his youngest wife.A drone strike on the compound was considered but ruled out because of the danger of killed large numbers of Pakistani civilians.
Instead, Mr Obama gave his authorisation last Friday for a highly risky helicopter assault that eventually took place in the early hours of Sunday morning Pakistan time.
This just in, May 2nd 2011, 9.00am EST, from Jeffrey Goldberg:I just got off the phone with Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's ambassador to the United States, who was adamant that Pakistan assisted the U.S. in locating Bin Laden, and who responded to criticism that Pakistan should have been able to locate Bin Laden by noting American law enforcement's difficulty in capturing wanted criminals inside the U.S. He made specific reference to the notorious Boston gangland figure James J. "Whitey" Bulger: "If Whitey Bulger can live undetected by American police for so long, why can't Osama Bin Laden live undetected by Pakistani authorities?" Haqqani asked. Bulger, the former head of Boston's Winter Hill gang, was added to the FBI's 10 Most Wanted List in mid-1999, two months after Bin Laden himself first appeared on the list. Haqqani continued, "The fact is, Mafia figures manage to do this sort of thing in Brooklyn, and Pakistan is a country that does not have the highly-developed law enforcement capabilities that your country possesses."
Haqqani went on to say, "President Obama has answered the question about Pakistan's role. It wouldn't have been possible to get Bin Laden without Pakistan's help. People are piling on this one, but the fact is, it is very plausible for someone to live undetected for long periods of time."