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Post by Impedimenta on Mon May 02, 2011 9:56 am

who was responsible for protecting him in pakistan? how is it possible for a "compound" to go unexplained, that too in the same street as the military academy? and why is america celebrating the death of ONE person? this is a deadly franchise type operation which is so effectively de centralized where the power to make decisions lies in every cell. scary....

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Post by doofus_maximus on Mon May 02, 2011 10:41 am

Impedimenta wrote:who was responsible for protecting him in pakistan? how is it possible for a "compound" to go unexplained, that too in the same street as the military academy? and why is america celebrating the death of ONE person? this is a deadly franchise type operation which is so effectively de centralized where the power to make decisions lies in every cell. scary....
Hopefully more info will come trickling down..
no pics of his dead body to possibly avoid having an image associated with the martyrdom claims...

I too cringed at the celebrations..

one more thing ..why didn't Hillary Clinton in her speech decided to mention terror attacks in every country except India (she mentions embassy bombings in Africa, USS Cole, 9/11, London, Madrid, Bali, Istanbul(?!!).. but no mention of Laskhar Ei Toiba which has Al Qaeda connections and their terrorism in India..

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Post by Mosquito on Mon May 02, 2011 1:01 pm

Impedimenta wrote:who was responsible for protecting him in pakistan? how is it possible for a "compound" to go unexplained, that too in the same street as the military academy? and why is america celebrating the death of ONE person? this is a deadly franchise type operation which is so effectively de centralized where the power to make decisions lies in every cell. scary....

I suspect Pakistan gave him away for a price.

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Post by charvaka on Mon May 02, 2011 1:09 pm

Impedimenta wrote:who was responsible for protecting him in pakistan? how is it possible for a "compound" to go unexplained, that too in the same street as the military academy? and why is america celebrating the death of ONE person? this is a deadly franchise type operation which is so effectively de centralized where the power to make decisions lies in every cell. scary....
I like how the Americans have said, "we did not inform the Pakis before going in." The Pakis basically protected him just like they protected Dawood Ibrahim.

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