Why wasn't he captured? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Cynical
    • 02.05.11 | 13:30 (IDT)

    Gordon Felt, and all Americans, must ask their president why Ben Laden was not captured alive and tried in a court of law. Killing him removes any chance of ever uncovering the facts surrounding 9/11. The version of events, as presented by the US government, will remain the only version inspite of all the questions that many intelligent people have asked. There was no urgency in killing Ben Laden because he was living under the watchful eyes of the CIA. This brings to mind the vicious killing of David Koresh few years ago in Texas - also a case where he could've been easily captured. One thing the West seems to fail to understand. Killing one man does not put an end to his organization. Someone else will step in and take his place.

    from the article: 'The killing of Osama bin Laden won't bring back our loved ones'
    First published 11:56 02.05.11 | Last updated 11:56 02.05.11
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