Treasure Hunter Fears Assassination Over Search For Bin Laden's BodyShipwreck expert doesn’t believe official narrative
Paul Joseph Watson
May. 03, 2012
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A California treasure hunter who believes he has located the spot where the U.S. Navy allegedly dumped the body of Osama Bin Laden says he wants to try and discover the corpse and subject it to DNA testing because he doesn’t believe the Obama administration’s official story about the death of the Al-Qaeda leader.
Fearing the U.S. government could target him for assassination if he tries to recover the cadaver, shipwreck expert Bill Warren told Spanish newspaper El Mundo that he has pinpointed the site where Bin Laden’s body was ejected by using recently released US Navy photos.
“His thought is that, since the Navy weighted down the bag, the body hasn’t moved from where it was dropped. He is now trying to rent Russian deep diving equipment to locate his payload, and to conduct DNA tests once he finds him,” reports Gizmodo.
Warren believes that once he begins the mission in early June he could locate the body in under a week, and that the search would take a maximum of three months. Warren needs $200,000 dollars to fund the operation, but “his only fear is that the US Government would kill him or sink his boat.”
The Gizmodo headline accompanying the story, This Treasure Hunter Says He Has Located Bin Laden's Body, is somewhat misleading given that Warren’s primary motivation for finding the corpse is his belief that the Obama administration lied about the circumstances surrounding Bin Laden’s death and that whatever the Navy dumped overboard may not be Osama’s body at all.
Deep within the article we learn Warren’s true purpose in embarking on the expensive task of recovering the cadaver for DNA testing.
“Warren says he is doing this because he doesn’t “believe the Obama administration” and he wants to have proof that it is really his body.”
It sounds like Warren has been busy reading Infowars.com or listening to the Alex Jones Show.
The alleged body of Bin Laden was hastily dumped in the sea to prevent any proper procedure of identification. The White House claimed this was in accordance with normal Islamic burial rituals, however numerous Muslim scholars all over the globe disputed this claim, pointing out that Muslims can only be buried at sea if they die at sea. While the White House claimed that Bin Laden's death was proven by DNA and facial recognition evidence, such proof was never released for public scrutiny and the Obama administration refused to release photos of Bin Laden's dead body, suggesting a cover-up.
As we documented at the time of the dubious Bin Laden killing, which Barack Obama has hastily exploited for election propaganda as if he personally pulled the trigger, a plethora of evidence suggests that the whole event was stage-managed. The official narrative of the Bin Laden raid collapsed completely within days of its announcement.
Before the alleged assassination, every intelligence analyst, geopolitical commentator or head of state worth their salt was on record as stating that Osama Bin Laden was already dead, and that he probably died many years ago, from veteran CIA officer Robert Baer, to former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, to former FBI head of counterterrorism Dale Watson.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show and Infowars Nightly News.