“No one knew or could even imagine what was going on inside the building. They didn’t know.” – Former Navy SEAL, Chuck Pfarrar
Brian Romanoff Nor Cal Truth Nov 11, 2011
If you did not read it last week, a Navy SEAL has already written a book that contradicts the official account(s) of what happened during the Usama bin Laden raid.
He disagrees that there was a 45-minute fire-fight, saying instead that within 90 seconds bin Laden was killed by the SEALs, among other things. Read more about that here.
In my opinion, the new version of events described by former Navy SEAL Chuck Pfarrer may be considered one of these possibilities:
- An attempt to create more book sales with controversy
- Spinning more accounts to what “actually happened” so in the end no one knows and most don’t care
- Spin by the NAVY and the SEAL teams particularly to improve their image regarding the assassination of UBL
I could be wrong.
However, the following is worth mentioning:
Pfarrer’s story likely does not include important information on topics pointed out on Nor Cal Truth and other websites in the past. Important details to the story of tracking and killing bin Laden. Stories like the CIA’s “bin Laden hunter’ being told stand down almost a dozen times. I imagine Pfarrer’s book also does not account for Sibel Edmonds’, a former FBI translator and current whistleblower, statement that bin Laden”worked for the U.S. until 9/11.” The new book by Pfarrer probably does not get into the fact that the FBI did not have “hard evidence” to link bin Laden to 9/11, a crime that bin Laden denied his involvement in. I wonder if it gets into the details of the CIA living next to bin Laden in Pakistan…
Dumping bin Laden into the sea was not in tradition of typical Islamic burials as Obama wanted everyone to think. It is also an amazing disposal of evidence regarding 9/11 – do I need to mention that Senators fell for fake photos of a dead bin Laden?
Is there a tally for the amount of times the story has changed regarding the killing of bin Laden? If there is, I would say keep it open for now….