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article imageLeaked army documents reveal that Bin Laden is alive

By R. C. Camphausen     Jul 27, 2010 in World
Among the 91,000 secret documents revealed by the WikiLeaks organisation last Sunday are reports that Osama bin Laden is alive - or at least that he still was alive in 2006.
WikiLeaks has publicly revealed roughly 91,000 documents pertaining to the war theatre in Afghanistan, as reported reported and commented by Digital Journal. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced that even more documents -- perhaps 15,000 -- are being vetted as of this moment and will be published shortly.
One such emerging detail is a report, cited by the BBC, that Osama bin Laden seems to have been in Quetta, near the Pakistan border, in August 2006. The information counters the stance of White House and CIA, regarding how his whereabouts are totally unknown -- which has given rise to a general perception that the original al-Qaeda founder may be dead.
However, as the BBC writes, several leaked threat reports by the US Army from between 2004 and 2009 do link the al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to a range of insurgent activities. It is interesting, in this connection to note that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recently showed renewed interest in bin Laden as well.
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