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CIA drone shot down the U.S. Special Forces Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan with the Seals that supposedly killed Bin Laden

 
DoorBert

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CIA drone shot down the U.S. Special Forces Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan with the Seals that supposedly killed Bin Laden
According to a White House insider a CIA drone downed the Special Forces Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011, not a rocket propelled grenade (RPG). Former CIA director and current Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta was authorized to send a CIA drone to SEAL the fate of the eye witnesses to Barack Obama’s killing of bin Laden on Pakistani soil.

Military officials in Afghanistan have claimed that the U.S. military helicopter carrying special operations forces to a night-raid in the Tangi Valley of Wardak Province, was brought down by a rocket-propelled grenade. According to military officials the Taliban fired a ‘lucky shot’ in the downing of the Chinook helicopter that killed 25 American special operations personnel, five Army National Guard crewmen, seven Afghan commandos, one Afghan interpreter and a U.S. military dog. Of the 25 American Special Forces, 15 Navy SEALs from the elite ‘Team Six’ unit that killed Osama bin Laden were killed.

Unbeknown to the American people is that the entire Navy SEAL team that was sent to kill bin Laden was wiped out. What a lucky shot in deed for Barack Hussein Obama if a Taliban was truly responsible for the Chinook downing. Because of that “lucky shot” there are no “boots on the ground” eye witnesses to the unlawful killing of bin Laden on Pakistani soil. No one is left who can be called before a tribunal, Congressional hearing or International Criminal Court to give testimony.


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10/17/2011 07:39 AM
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Re: CIA drone shot down the U.S. Special Forces Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan with the Seals that supposedly killed Bin Laden
Y'know a lot of whistleblower's stories tend to be really outrageous. But I don't have a hard time believing this one. That lucky shot was about as lucky as the 9/11 hijackers who weren't harassed by jets.
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10/17/2011 07:42 AM
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Too bad none of the actual team that killed Bin-Laden was on that helicopter.
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10/17/2011 07:43 AM
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Actually, all the Seal Team members were killed when their helicopter crashed into the compound of Bin Laden in Bumfukistanabad, Pakistan, per an eyewitness to the fake Bin Laden assassination. One lying-ass flustercluck begets another lying-ass clusterfluck. Good job, Barry!
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10/17/2011 07:46 AM
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OK, My head just exploded from that.
Another public service announcement from the Southern Hemisphere Information Leveraging Locus.
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I just realized something...How swiftly they said they killed "bin laden" once they entered the room. It could have just been a meat puppet or even a dummy if you think about it. If your the first one in a room and bam and bam you shoot a gun and then scream "I got him I got him I shot him.....He was acting like he was armed" then who could deny it? it could be some afgan dude in a turban and after they blew his brains out we have the word of one dude its "bin laden" now a team of dudes believe it...then the world because of the team of dudes. Then team of dudes riding 20 deep in a chopper (against policy) gets blown up. hmmm.....
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10/17/2011 07:56 AM
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I just realized something...How swiftly they said they killed "bin laden" once they entered the room. It could have just been a meat puppet or even a dummy if you think about it. If your the first one in a room and bam and bam you shoot a gun and then scream "I got him I got him I shot him.....He was acting like he was armed" then who could deny it? it could be some afgan dude in a turban and after they blew his brains out we have the word of one dude its "bin laden" now a team of dudes believe it...then the world because of the team of dudes. Then team of dudes riding 20 deep in a chopper (against policy) gets blown up. hmmm.....
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Thats how they work, if they have been given a target and walk in on it that target dies instantly . They are pros that study every aspect of an assault. To them it was second nature , kind of like you and I stepping on the brake coming to a red light we just do it , no thought process really just action.
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10/17/2011 08:10 AM

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The BBC's Quentin Sommerville in Kabul says it is rare for the Taliban to shoot down aircraft.

The Taliban say they have modified their rocket-propelled grenades to improve their accuracy but that may not be true, our correspondent says.

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America’s Secret Empire of Drone Bases: Its Full Extent Revealed for the First Time

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They increasingly dot the planet. There’s a facility outside Las Vegas where “pilots” work in climate-controlled trailers, another at a dusty camp in Africa formerly used by the French Foreign Legion, a third at a big air base in Afghanistan where Air Force personnel sit in front of multiple computer screens, and a fourth that almost no one talks about at an air base in the United Arab Emirates.

And that leaves at least 56 more such facilities to mention in an expanding American empire of unmanned drone bases being set up worldwide. Despite frequent news reports on the drone assassination campaign launched in support of America’s ever-widening undeclared wars and a spate of stories on drone bases in Africa and the Middle East, most of these facilities have remained unnoted, uncounted, and remarkably anonymous -- until now.

Run by the military, the Central Intelligence Agency, and their proxies, these bases -- some little more than desolate airstrips, others sophisticated command and control centers filled with computer screens and high-tech electronic equipment -- are the backbone of a new American robotic way of war. They are also the latest development in a long-evolving saga of American power projection abroad -- in this case, remote-controlled strikes anywhere on the planet with a minimal foreign “footprint” and little accountability.

Using military documents, press accounts and other open source information, an in-depth analysis by AlterNet has identified at least 60 bases integral to U.S. military and CIA drone operations. There may, however, be more, since a cloak of secrecy about drone warfare leaves the full size and scope of these bases distinctly in the shadows.
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10/17/2011 09:37 AM
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back when the photoshopped dead osama photos were pushed onto the public i thought to myself that thhis seal team would end of dying...the whole dead osama story is pure BS. this is just ANOTHER piece to prove it.
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Re: CIA drone shot down the U.S. Special Forces Chinook helicopter in Afghanistan with the Seals that supposedly killed Bin Laden
Too bad none of the actual team that killed Bin-Laden was on that helicopter.
 Quoting: M-Class 25



They killed a Doppelganger, not the actual Bin Laden.

Even the guy that pulled the trigger was fooled.
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11/18/2014 10:08 AM
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Too bad none of the actual team that killed Bin-Laden was on that helicopter.
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They killed a Doppelganger, not the actual Bin Laden.

Even the guy that pulled the trigger was fooled.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 65267488


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