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Six Countries, Six Conspiracies: Skepticism Over Bin Laden's Death


In the immediate aftermath of the event, Russia Today hands James Corbett the floor. According to his website, Corbett covers "breaking news and important issues from 9/11 Truth and false flag terror to the Big Brother police state, eugenics, geopolitics, the central banking fraud and more."
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In the immediate aftermath of the event, Russia Today hands James Corbett the floor. According to his website, Corbett covers "breaking news and important issues from 9/11 Truth and false flag terror to the Big Brother police state, eugenics, geopolitics, the central banking fraud and more."

In Serbia, the Belgrade-based "Kurir" paper turns to Muammar Qaddafi's cousin, Muhammad Qaddafi, for insight into bin Laden's death. Qaddafi is referring to a NATO air strike late on April 30 that reportedly killed the embattled Libyan leader's youngest son and three smaller grandchildren.
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In Serbia, the Belgrade-based "Kurir" paper turns to Muammar Qaddafi's cousin, Muhammad Qaddafi, for insight into bin Laden's death. Qaddafi is referring to a NATO air strike late on April 30 that reportedly killed the embattled Libyan leader's youngest son and three smaller grandchildren.

A headline from Iran's Mehr News doesn't ask -- it tells.
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A headline from Iran's Mehr News doesn't ask -- it tells.

Abdel Bari Atwan, noted for his 1996 interview with bin Laden and the editor in chief of influential London-based Arab "Al-Quds Al-Arabi" newspaper, weighs in.
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Abdel Bari Atwan, noted for his 1996 interview with bin Laden and the editor in chief of influential London-based Arab "Al-Quds Al-Arabi" newspaper, weighs in.

Writing from the Pakistani city of Lahore, Muhammad Saleem voices skepticism in a letter to the editor run by "The Nation," a prominent daily.
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Writing from the Pakistani city of Lahore, Muhammad Saleem voices skepticism in a letter to the editor run by "The Nation," a prominent daily.

A senior adviser to Czech President Vaclav Klaus, Petr Hajek took the announcement of bin Laden's death as an opportunity to reiterate a theory that the man never existed in the first place. The views of the eccentric politician are widely known in the Czech Republic, including his long-held belief that the U.S. government was behind the September 11 attacks.
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A senior adviser to Czech President Vaclav Klaus, Petr Hajek took the announcement of bin Laden's death as an opportunity to reiterate a theory that the man never existed in the first place. The views of the eccentric politician are widely known in the Czech Republic, including his long-held belief that the U.S. government was behind the September 11 attacks.

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