Osama bin Laden ‘protected by Pakistan in return for Saudi cash’

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After the
deaths of 22 members of Delta Team 6, who cannot now reveal anything they might
have known about the truth of the Osama bin Laden raid in May, we find this
story detailing how  the greatest
fugitive from U.S. justice was hidden in Pakistan with money from Saudi Arabia,
whose royalty(as well as the bin Laden family) are counted among the closest
business and social friends of the Bush family. This is further explained in
the new and updated version of my book
The Terror Conspiracy
Revisited, due out next month. Watch for


Osama bin Laden ‘protected by Pakistan in return for
Saudi cash’

bin Laden was protected by elements of Pakistan’s security apparatus in return
for millions of dollars of Saudi cash, according to a controversial new account
of the operation to kill the world’s most wanted man.

By Rob Crilly
The Telegraph
August 10. 2011

Raelynn Hillhouse, an American
security analyst, claims [Osama bin Laden’s] whereabouts were finally revealed
when a Pakistani intelligence officer came forward to claim the $25m (£15
million) bounty on the al-Qaeda

leader’s head.

Her version, based on evidence from
sources in what she calls the “intelligence community”, contradicts
the official account that bin Laden was tracked down through his trusted

Pakistani officials have always
denied that bin Laden was sheltered or that Islamabad had any knowledge of the
secret mission that killed him.

But Dr Hillhouse, who is known for
her links to private military contractors that work extensively with the CIA,
says Pakistan
gave permission for a covert mission which would then be covered up by claiming
bin Laden had been killed in a drone strike.

“The [Inter-Services
Intelligence] officer came forward to claim the substantial reward and to
broker US citizenship for his family,” she writes on her intelligence
blog, The
Spy Who Billed Me

“My sources tell me that the
informant claimed that the Saudis were paying off the Pakistani military and
intelligence (ISI) to essentially shelter and keep bin Laden under house arrest
in Abbottabad, a city with such a high concentration of military that I’m told
there’s no equivalent in the US.” After confirming bin Laden’s presence in
the military town, the US approached Pakistan’s military leaders securing their
co-operation in return for cash and a chance to avoid public humiliation.

The theory, if true, would explain
how American black hawk helicopters were then able to fly deep into Pakistan
territory in May without encountering resistance.

The plan only unraveled when one of
the helicopters crash-landed, blowing the cover story. [If indeed it crashed
landed…a neighbor witness claimed it blew up in mid-air scattering wreckage and
body parts in all directions…Jim]

“The co-operation was why there
were no troops in Abottabad,” writes Dr Hillhouse. “It had always
seemed very far-fetched to me that a helicopter could crash and later be
destroyed in an area with such high military concentration without the
Pakistanis noticing.” In the immediate aftermath of the raid, some residents
of Abbottabad, where bin Laden had lived for five years, said they had received
mysterious visits a night earlier warning them to stay inside with their lights

However, a senior Pakistani security
official denied that the ISI had sheltered bin Laden.

“We don’t use toilet paper – we
wash,” he said. “But toilet paper is all this theory is good

A spokesman for the US department of
defense said: “We have no additional operational details, or comments on
operational details, to make at this time.”



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