LEFT SIDE OF 'OSAMA' HOUSE.
LEFT SIDE OF 'OSAMA' HOUSE
BACK and LEFT SIDE OF 'OSAMA' HOUSE.
In April 2011, the US military reportedly made a full scale replica of the 'Obama compound'.
The Navy SEAL team "re-created the one-acre compound where their target was living...
"The SEALS ran trial runs there in early April until they were ready to take down Osama bin Laden." (SEALs Rehearsed in a Full-Scale Replica.)
"They replicated the one-acre compound at Camp Alpha, a segregated section of Bagram Air Base.
"Trial runs were held in early April." (the Atlantic)
The National Security Agency "figured out, somehow, that there was no telephone or Internet service in the compound." (the Atlantic)
FRONT BALCONY AND RIGHT SIDE
No satellite dish?
No satellite dish?
Osama Bin Laden's squalid hideaway in pictures Mail Online
Allegedly, this photo shows Osama bin Laden, in Abbottabad in Pakistan, using a remote control to flick between satellite video coverage of himself on a television screen."
On the right there is a modern computer.
YET, The Guardian reported that "the residence had no phone or internet connection." (Osama bin Pakistan hideout.)
The Telegraph reported that "there were no telephones in the house, and no internet..."As well as lacking phone or internet connections, the house did not even have satellite TV."
(Osama bin Laden dead.)
This would appear to be a photo of a satellite dish at the Abbottabad compound.
Was the satellite dish added after the raid? Is it photo-shopped?
Greg Bacon said...
"Another curiosity was that early Monday morning after Obama Bin Lying made his announcement, the Zionist MSM cable news channels were proclaiming that a Blackhawk helicopter had been downed and they showed the compound's wall and just beyond, you could see the wreckage of something, but there was NO signs of a stealth helicopter.
"That pic didn't appear until at least one day later, when we were told it was a secret stealth helicopter used by the SEAL's.
"That's when all the Rah, Rah Rah, Go SEAL's BS started polluting the media."