Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Bin Laden on the Move; New Sightings in Pakistan

I wish that he would stay still when he gets to wherever he is headed to. I don't know how much it costs to reprogram a cruise missile. Oh, who cares what it costs.

May 24, 2006 10:40 AM/ Alexis Debat Reports:

Pakistani government sources tell ABC News they have "credible reports" that Osama bin Laden and his entourage have moved down from high mountainous peaks along the Afghan border to a valley area 40 miles inside the Pakistan border.

The officials say the reports put bin Laden around Kohistan's Kumrat Valley.

Officials said the reports were validated by the release of bin Laden's audio tape yesterday, which appears to have been recorded only two weeks earlier.

Such a quick turn-around suggests, say the officials, that bin Laden is much closer to civilization than he had been previously.

Previous audio and video tapes have taken four to six weeks to become public.

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