Osama Bin Laden Alive and in Command According to Man Arrested on Terrorism Charges

March 30, 2010

(ChattahBox) – Contrary to the hopes of many, not only is Osama Bin Laden alive, he is healthy and still running the show for al Qaeda, according to a man recently arrested for conspiring with the terrorist organization. Bin Laden recently made his presence known last week, when he threatened to kill any Americans held by Al Qaeda if Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the chief planner of the Sept. 11 attacks, is executed. Contained in court documents made public shortly after his arrest on terrorism charges last Friday, a suspected al Qaeda operative named Raja Lharsib Khan told an undercover FBI agent that bin Laden is “perfect, healthy, and he’s leading and he’s giving the orders… he’s OK, he’s in safe hands.” Khan a native of Pakistan, now a naturalized U.S. citizen and a Chicago cab driver, traveled back and forth to his native Pakistan recently and networked near the Afghanistan border with Ilyas Kashmiri, the head of a Sunni extremist group closely linked to al Qaeda.  Kashmiri insisted that bin Laden is “commanding everythings [sic].”  Khan has been charged on two courts of providing material support to al Qaeda for allegedly attempting to provide funds overseas to Al Qaeda, federal law enforcement officials announced.  He also allegedly discussed attacking a stadium in the United States this summer, but there was no imminent domestic danger, officials said.



One Response to “Osama Bin Laden Alive and in Command According to Man Arrested on Terrorism Charges”

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