Yet another Bin Laden raid movie, now with ‘the shooter’s version of events’

February 27, 2013 by  
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A movie based on the account of ‘The Shooter’ – the man who claims to be the one who killed Osama bin Laden – is allegedly in the works after his story was told last week in Esquire magazine.   In the story of The Shooter – who did not want to be identified but told his story through journalist Phil Bronstein – he describes seeing the terrorist’s brains spill out on to the floor after he shot him before the realization bin Laden’s son was there the whole time.

He also lamented over the treatment he received from the government when he retired after the mission, claiming he was abandoned with no health insurance or other benefits.

According to Showbiz 411,a production company called Zulu 7 have secured the rights to Bronstein’s work and signed the rights to the life story of  The Shooter himself.

No one at the company would comment on the rumors.   Zero Dark Thirty grossed $90million at the box office and was nominated for five academy awards, picking up one at the Oscars on Sunday.   It focuses primary on the female protagonist – played by Jessica Chastain – who devotes her career to killing Osama bin Laden.   It is thought that due to the human angle of the story – how The Shooter and his family struggled in the months after the raid – and the eye-witness approach of one of the most important days in recent American history, that the upcoming movie will do just as well – if not better.

In the Esquire feature, the Team Six member reveals how the unit prepared for the daring mission, the moment he came face to face with the al-Qaeda leader and the fallout from the successful raid.   The Shooter reveals that once they were given their mission, the female CIA agent – portrayed by Jessica Chastain’s Maya in Zero Dark Thirty – told the team that bin Laden was ‘100 per cent on the third floor’ of his compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan.


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Bradley Manning Show Trial – ST6 Navy SEAL to testify, says Bin Laden had Wikileaks data on his PC

February 27, 2013 by  
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If the ‘terrorists’ read or view the information you post on the web, you are ‘aiding the enemy,’ says a military court. However, if the White House and the CIA produce a film, revealing all the ‘secret’ details about the alleged Bin Laden raid, it’s called free speech.

The US government is planning to call an American, possibly one of the 22 Navy Seals involved in the Abbottabad raid that killed Osama bin Laden, to give evidence at the trial of Bradley Manning about how he discovered digital material later revealed to contain WikiLeaks disclosures, a military court heard on Tuesday.

Prosecutors intend to bring to the witness stand an anonymous man they are calling “John Doe” who would testify how he entered a room in the al-Qaida leader’s hideout in Pakistan, grabbed three items of digital media and removed it. Later, four separate files of information were off-loaded with WikiLeaks contents on them.

The testimony would be used, the prosecution said, to show that Bin Laden had actively sought access to the material Manning had passed to WikiLeaks. That in turn would provide supporting evidence for the most serious charge against the soldier – that he had “aided the enemy”.

Ashden Fein, the lead prosecution lawyer, told a pre-trial hearing at Fort Meade in Maryland that the individual who grabbed the digital items, as well as five other witnesses who subsequently handled it in Afghanistan and the US, would be called to show how the WikiLeaks disclosures were used by al-Qaida. “This information was requested by Osama bin Laden; a member of al-Qaida went and got the information and gave it to Bin Laden,” Fein said.

In an intense afternoon of legal argument, it was also revealed on Tuesday that Manning has written a personal statement of about 35 pages in which he seeks to explain to the court why he transferred such a massive trove of confidential state documents to the anti-secrecy site. On Thursday the soldier is due to enter a dialogue with the judge presiding over the case, Colonel Denise Lind, in which he is expected to plead guilty to having been the source of the WikiLeaks dump.

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The Jack Blood Show – February 4 2013

February 4, 2013 by  
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MONDAY: 2.4.13 – Jack Blood breaks down the case of yet another Dead Seal member (they are dropping like flies) Hero and author of “American Sniper” Chris Kyle. Will this be used to demonize veterans? Will there be any SEALS left to talk about the phony Bin Laden killing? Also: New legislation is proposed to END THE FED! (please help it succeed!) HOUR 2: Long time Oklahoma City Bombing researcher and producer of the documentary A Noble Lie ( Friend of the show, Chris Emery joins Jack to update us on a story we broke in 2008 – THE LAST NAIL IN THE COFFIN OF THE 911 MYTH MOHAMED ATTA IN OKLAHOMA CITY SEPTEMBER 2001 ( It may be the best evidence you have heard regarding 911 being an inside job! PLEASE CONTINUE TO DOANTE TO THE JACK BLOOD SHOW – chip in at or send to

The Jack Blood Show – December 27 2012

December 27, 2012 by  
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12.27.12- Jack Blood covers the story of the latest Seal Team member (a leader in the op that ALLEGEDLY killed Bin Laden) dying under suspicious circumstances. Also : Are your guns “racist”? – Jack’s listeners weigh in. Hour 2 – Jack is joined by Kelly Patricia O’Meara from CCHR (  – Kelly is a award winning investigative reporter for the Washington Times, and Insight Magazine. She is also the author of the highly acclaimed book, “Psyched Out: How Psychiatry Sells Mental Illness and Pushes Pills that Kill” ( – Discussion dissects the “Demopublican” (left / right) solution of preemptive testing for the next school shooter, and how drugs play into the problem to begin with.  PLEASE DONATE TO OUR CHIP IF YOU WANT THIS SHOW TO CONTINUE!!!!

The Osama bin Laden Myth

November 28, 2012 by  
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Paul Craig Roberts

The interview below with Osama bin Laden was conducted by the Karachi, Pakistan, daily newspaper, Ummat and published on September 28, 2001, 17 days after the alleged, but unsubstantiated, al Qaeda attack of September 11, 2001, on the World Trade Center twin towers and Pentagon. The interview was sensational. The alleged “mastermind” of 9/11 said that he and al Qaeda had nothing to do with the 9/11 attack. The British Broadcasting Corporation’s World Monitoring Service had the interview translated into English and made public on September 29, 2001.

Osama bin Laden’s sensational denial was not reported by the US print and TV media. It was not investigated by the executive branch. No one in the US Congress called attention to bin Laden’s refusal of responsibility for the greatest humiliation ever inflicted on a superpower.

To check my memory of the lack of coverage, I googled “Osama bin Laden’s interview denying responsibility for 9/11.” Some Internet sites reproduced the interview, but the only mainstream news source that I found was a 1 minute YouTube video from CNN in which the anchor, after quoting an al Jazeera report of bin Laden’s denial, concludes that “we can all weigh that in the scale of credibility and come to our own conclusions.” In other words, bin Laden had already been demonized, and his denial was not credible.

The sensational news was unfit for US citizens and was withheld from them by the american “free press,” a press free to lie for the government but not to tell the truth.

Obviously, if bin Laden had outwitted not only the National Security Agency, the CIA, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the FBI, but also all 16 US intelligence agencies, all intelligence agencies of Washington’s NATO puppet states, Israel’s Mossad, and in addition the National Security Council, NORAD, US air traffic control, and airport security four times on the same morning, it would be the greatest feat in world history, a movement building feat that would have made al Qaeda the most successful anti-imperialist organization in human history, an extraordinary victory over “the great satan” that would have brought millions of new recruits into al Qaeda’s ranks. Yet the alleged “mastermind” denied all responsibility.

I remember decades ago when a terrorist attack occurred in Europe, whether real or an Operation Gladio false flag attack, innumerable organizations would claim credit. Perhaps this was the CIA’s way of diverting attention from itself, but it illustrates that every intelligence service understands the value to an organization of claiming credit for a successful attack.Although bin Laden denied responsibility, in 2011 some al Qaeda leaders, realizing the prestige value of the 9/11 attack, claimed credit for the attack and criticized Iranian President Ahmadinejad for questioning the official US story.

Although only a few Americans are aware of the September 28, 2001 interview in which bin Laden states his non-involvement with the 9/11 attacks, many Americans have seen post-2001 videos in which a person alleged to be bin Laden takes credit for the attacks. There are two problems with these videos. Experts have examined them and found them to be fakes, and all of the videos appeared after bin Laden was reported by the Pakistan Observer, the Egyptian press, and Fox News to have died in mid-December, 2001, from lung disease.,2933,41576,00.html See also

Bin Laden also suffered from kidney disease. According to a CBS news report on January 28, 2002, Osama bin Laden was hospitalized for dialysis treatment in the Pakistani military hospital in Rawalpindi on September 10, 2001, the day before 9/11.

Obviously, a man suffering from terminal lung and kidney disease did not survive for another decade to be murdered by a US Navy SEAL team in Abbottabad. A Pakistani TV interview with the neighbor of the alleged “bin Laden compound” exposed the assassination hoax. This sensational interview also went unreported by america’s “free press.” I had the interview translated, and it is available here: See also

Shortly after the alleged assassination 30 members of the SEAL unit died in a mysterious helicopter crash in Afghanistan, and now we learn that not a single one of the thousands of sailors on the aircraft carrier, the USS Carl Vinson, witnessed bin Laden’s alleged burial at sea from that ship. The press reports with a straight face that for unexplained reasons it was kept secret from the ship’s sailors. This is supposed to be the explanation of the sailors’ emails reporting to family and friends that they witnessed no burial at sea. Some speculate that the SEALs were bumped off before their questions to one another, “Were you on that raid?,” reached outside the unit. Apparently, it doesn’t strike the media or the public as strange that the US government captured and killed the terror mastermind without interrogating him and without keeping any evidence or presenting any witnesses to support the assassination claim.

Adolf Hitler claimed that communists burned down the Reichstag and that Polish troops had crossed the frontier and attacked Germany. With 9/11 americans experienced Washington’s version of these grand lies. An omniscient bin Laden dying from terminal illnesses in distant Afghanistan defeated the American National Security State and drove his attack through the walls of the Pentagon itself, requiring for our defense a “war on terror” that destroyed US civil liberties and financially ruined the country in order to prevent the triumph of a man who died of natural causes in December 2001.

On May 9, 2011, Professor Michel Chossudovsky republished the September 28, 2001, Osama bin Laden interview in Global Research.

Interview with Osama bin Laden. Osama Denies his Involvement in 9/11
By Global Research
Global Research, May 09, 2011
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Global Research Editor’s Note
We bring to the attention of our readers the following text of Osama bin Laden’s interview with Ummat, a Pakistani daily, published in Karachi on September 28, 2001. It was translated into English by the BBC World Monitoring Service and made public on September 29, 2001.

The authenticity of this interview, which is available in recognized electronic news archives, is confirmed.
Osama bin Laden categorically denies his involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

Bin Laden’s statements in this interview are markedly different from those made in the alleged Osama video tapes.

In this interview, Osama bin Laden exhibits an understanding of US foreign policy. He expresses his views regarding the loss of life on 9/11. He also makes statements as to who, in his opinion, might be the likely perpetrator of the September 11 attacks.

This is an important text which has not been brought to the attention of Western public opinion.

We have highlighted key sections of this interview. It is our hope that the text of this interview, published barely a week before the onset of the war on Afghanistan, will contribute to a better understanding of the history of Al Qaeda, the role of Osama bin Laden and the tragic events of September 11, 2001.

Michel Chossudovsky, May 9, 2011

Full text of September 2001 Pakistani paper’s “exclusive” interview with Usamah Bin-Ladin

Ummat (in Urdu), Karachi, 28 September 2001, pp. 1 and 7.


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Brave New 1984 Order: Jack Blood w/ James Corbett, August 27th 2012 (Video captions)

August 28, 2012 by  
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Jack and Radio / web personality James Corbett hit a wide swath of topics. Bin Laden, Syria, China, Japan Geo Politics… Fukishima, nukes, NYC Cop shooting and more. PLEASE DONATE TO THE JACK BLOOD SHOW!!!!



New Bin Laden Kill Book OUTED – Plays it both ways while “Sealing” the Official Story! (+ video commentary – Jack Blood w. Greg Knight)

August 28, 2012 by  
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SEAL Ad Excoriates Obama for Bowing to Foreign Leaders

August 28, 2012 by Conservative Byte

The controversial super PAC Special Operations for America, led by former Navy SEALs, is set to release a blistering new ad against President Obama Tuesday at the Republican National Convention.

The ad, titled “Bow to Nobody,” depicts Navy SEALs in combat situations; it then proclaims that they fight so that America will not have to bow to anybody.

Then the punch line: the infamous photo of Obama bowing to the Saudi king.

The ad is sure to provoke massive consternation on the left, which has been in a frenzy ever since Special Operations for America launched. The event at which the ad launches, “Defending Our Defenders: A Salute to the United States Military,” will feature a tribute by Congressman Louie Gohmert, former members of SEAL Team Six, Army Rangers, Gold Star parents, and a few surprise guests.

Ryan Zinke, the former Navy SEAL who started the super PAC, spoke exclusively with Breitbart News today. “The ad itself accurately portrays where this President is,” said Zinke. “It accurately portrays his core belief that America should not lead. This president is shaping America to be one of the followers, to relinquish our role as a world leader. I didn’t fight 23 years as a Navy SEAL to watch America bow to anybody.”


Greg Knight joins us from the Wrangle Sentinel paper in Alaska to break down the new (psy op) Bin Laden book….

The Jack Blood Show – August 27 2012

August 27, 2012 by  
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August 27th 2012: Jack Blood covers some RNC news, and talks about how the Ron Paul campaign was busted while distancing themselves from Paul Fest and the “fringe” grassroots that brought them to the national spotlight. Also: Greg Knight joins us from Alaska to break down the new (psy op) Bin Laden book…. HOUR 2 – Jack and Radio / web personality James Corbett ( hit a wide swath of topics. Bin Laden, Syria, China, Japan Geo Politics… Fukishima, nukes, NYC Cop shooting and more. PLEASE DONATE TO THE JACK BLOOD SHOW!!!!

Pakistani doctor who helped find Bin Laden gets 33 years in prison

May 23, 2012 by  
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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan — A Pakistani doctor who led a phony vaccination campaign aimed at helping the CIA pinpoint Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts was convicted of treason Wednesday and sentenced to 33 years in prison, a decision that is likely to further erode Washington’s fragile relations with Islamabad.

The U.S. has been seeking the release of Shakeel Afridi ever since his arrest by Pakistani authorities after the secret U.S. commando raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader in his compound in the military city of Abbottabad a year ago. In January, Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta told CBS’ “60 Minutes” that Afridi had provided intelligence that assisted the raid and criticized Pakistan’s arrest of someone involved in helping track down the world’s most wanted man.

From the start, however, Pakistani authorities have regarded Afridi as a traitor and have ignored Washington’s calls for his release. He was tried in a tribal court in the Khyber region along the Afghan border, where he once was designated the chief surgeon.

Under Pakistani law, he could have been given the death penalty. In addition to the 33-year term, Afridi was also fined about $3,500.

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US secretly releasing Taliban prisoners from Bagram prison

May 8, 2012 by  
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YET…. None violent drug offenders ROT in America’s private prisons.


America has secretly been releasing high-level Taliban prisoners from a top security military prison as part of negotiations with insurgents.

Bagram prison

The United States agreed to hand over control of Bagram prison to the Afghan army earlier this year, during negotiations over a 10-year strategic deal governing American aid to the country after 2014 Photo: AFP/GETTY
 London Telegraph

Up to 20 prisoners have been released from Bagram prison in the past two years after giving assurances they would give up their struggle and reconcile with the government.

The clandestine “strategic release” programme at the prison north of Kabul has allowed America to use prisoners as bargaining chips when trying to reach local deals with insurgents.

Officials admitted the scheme was risky however and difficult to police. They would not say whether any of those released had resumed attacks on Nato or Afghan forces.

“Everyone agrees they are guilty of what they have done and should remain in detention,” one official told the Washington Post.

“Everyone agrees that these are bad guys. But the benefits outweigh the risks.”

Gavin Sundwall, spokesman for the US embassy in Kabul, said the programme was two years old and “rarely used”.

Commanders from both the American and Afghan forces deliberated on releasing prisoners who were “willing to denounce violence and engage in the process of reconciliation”.

He said: “Fewer than 20 detainees have ever been released under this program, and the decision to release a detainee takes into account whether they pose any further security threat.”

The release of prisoners has become a significant hurdle to embryonic peace contacts aimed at finding a political settlement to the conflict.

Contacts in Qatar appeared to founder earlier this year when Taliban negotiators pulled out saying America had broken a promise to transfer five leaders from Guantánamo Bay, in Cuba, to looser custody in the Gulf state.

Releasing the men from Guantánamo requires congressional approval and is seen by analysts as a risky move for Barack Obama during a presidential election campaign.

However while Bagram prison is second only to Guantánamo for holding the most senior Taliban prisoners from the decade-long Nato-led campaign, their release does not need approval from Congress, the Washington Post reported.

The United States agreed to hand over control of Bagram prison to the Afghan army earlier this year, during negotiations over a 10-year strategic deal governing American aid to the country after 2014.

Senior prisoners have in the past been transferred to Afghan custody only to be then released under murky circumstances and Western officials have said Afghan custody is a “revolving door” for any insurgent with money or political links.

In the most notorious example, Mullah Abdul Qayum Zakir, was released into Afghan custody from Guantánamo in 2007 only to be freed to rejoin his Taliban comrades and rise quickly through the ranks to a senior leadership post.


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