Vardaat The man who killed Osama bin Laden PT 2
Who Really Killed Osama Bin Laden? - UNCOVERED
In May 2015, Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh claims that the Al-Qaeda frontman wasn’t killed in a secret US mission at all. But if the USA didn’t capture and kill bin Laden, then who did?
Don't forget to Subscribe for more Conspiracies! -
A massive thank you to our super fans who have supported us on our Patreon page. Feel free to take a look at the rewards we have on offer for our supporters here:
Watch more Alltime Conspiracies:
- Is Bin Laden Still Alive?:
- Does The USA Use Terror To Start Wars?:
- The Bush- Bin Laden Family Connection:
Like us on Facebook -
Follow us on Twitter -
Alltime's greatest conspiracies...
Killing Bin Laden pt.3
Discovery's Killing Osama Bin laden
Targeting Bin laden
this video is searching bin laden life or death by USA.
Osama Bin Laden's death: How it happened
On 2nd May 2011, helicopter-borne US Navy Seals flew from Afghanistan to Osama Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, arriving at around 0030 Monday (0930GMT Sunday).
Two Black Hawk helicopters set down at the compound after one develops problems. A team of 25 Seals breached at least three walls to reach the main building.
As they went through the compound one person fired on the commandos. Three men and a woman were killed by the US Navy Seals. There were no US casualties.
On the second floor, US commandos found Osama Bin Laden with his wife. She was shot in the leg. Bin Laden, who is was unarmed, was shot twice and killed.
Computer hard drives and other evidence was taken from the compound, along with Bin Laden's body. The US team departed after blowing up the damaged Chinook stealth aircraft.
In a daring raid 120 miles (192km) inside Pakistan, a team of US special forces flew from Afghanistan to Bin Laden's hiding place in the dead of night. They swooped down on the compound in stealth helicopters, swept through the buildings within the high walled enclosure and shot dead a total of five people including Bin Laden.
Around 40 minutes later they left, taking with them Bin Laden's body and a hoard of computer data devices and other information containing intelligence about al-Qaeda and Bin Laden's activities.
They left behind the other dead, among whom were a woman and one of Bin Laden's sons. They also left a group of three women and 13 children - two girls and 11 boys - bound with plastic ties.
In a daring raid 120 miles (192km) inside Pakistan, a team of US special forces flew from Afghanistan to Bin Laden's hiding place in the dead of night.
Publicly, the US authorities have given few details about the raid and some of these have changed since the news of Bin Laden's death was officially announced.