It's been exactly two years since citizen photojournalist Osama al-Habaly disappeared into regime custody as he crossed from Lebanon back to his home country of Syria. His friends and colleagues tell CPJ they have not heard a definitive word about him since....
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The most notorious phony Navy SEAL, AJ Dickens has finally been sentenced for his antics. He claimed to be the guy who shot Osama bin Laden, took out Pablo Escobar and that Tom Clancy fashioned his John Clarke character on Dickens’ story. He ripped off investors of hundreds of thousands of dollars. he never served […]
Earlier this month, Indian authorities arrested seven people for publishing a photo of India's new prime minister, Narendra Modi, alongside figures such as George W. Bush, Osama bin Laden, and Adolf Hitler, under the headline, "Negative Faces." The seven, who could face lengthy prison terms if convicted, are but the...
In its campaign against al Qaeda, the CIA prototyped a creepy doll weapon. It was an Osama bin Laden action figure, and it offered an intriguing feature. Instead of a kung-fu action grip, The face of the figure was painted...
Barack Obama constantly takes himself prisoner and then magically wins his own release. Like Osama Bin-Laden, Barack Obama lives in a symbolic universe, thinking he is its center. It is a place where symbols and slogans trounce the messy details that afflict the lesser people Mr. Obama likes to call “the folks.” Bin-Laden once said […]
President Barack Obama bragged about killing Osama Bin-Laden, saying Al-Qaeda was virtually defeated, but maybe the gloating was out of place. “Osama Bin-Laden is dead, and Al-Qaeda is on the run,” claimed Obama, but Osama Bin-Laden has just reached back from the grave to laugh at Obama. Recent events show Osama’s recruits beat Obama’s rhetoric. […]
Three years ago, we wrote about how Disney applied for a trademark on "SEAL Team 6" just two days after the Navy SEAL's Team 6 killed Osama bin Laden. While public outcry resulted in Disney dropping the trademark application a few weeks later, the situation apparently woke up some trademark lawyers at the Pentagon to get busy trademarking. Show More Summary
One reason it took the United States nearly ten years to find Osama bin Laden was that a newspaper published the fact that the United States was listening in on his phone calls to his mother and was thus able to guess his whereabouts. Show More Summary
Osama Abdelfatah has been named a supervising scheduler in the New York City office of Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, who was convicted in March of conspiring to kill Americans, told the court on Thursday that he did not want a new attorney ahead of his sentencing hearing even though his current lawyer just pleaded guilty to tax charges.
Earlier this week, a jury in Manhattan federal court convicted Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law, Sulaiman Abu Ghaith, of al Qaeda’s conspiracy to mass-murder Americans, as well as providing material support to the terror network. I discussed the case here, and Ben Weiser’s report at the New York Times is here. The result is cause for celebration, including for those […]
Osama bin Laden's son-in-law was found guilty of conspiring to kill Americans and of providing material support to terrorists, one of the most prominent al Qaeda operatives to be convicted in a U.S. civilian court.
Osama Bin Laden’s son-in-law will appear in a Manhattan court Monday, to answer charges of conspiring to kill Americans in his role as an al-Qaeda spokesman. Prosecutors will try to convince an anonymous jury that Sulaiman Abu Ghaith...Show More Summary
For now, a 14-page declaration written by alleged 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed that lawyers for a son-in-law of Osama bin Laden say could exonerate their client will remain in a safe in Idaho.
The chairman and CEO of cable's top-rated news network opens the doors to his New York office, which includes such personal touches as a brick from Osama bin Laden's Abbottabad compound and a football helmet signed by Hall of Famer Jim Brown.
The lawyer for Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law was indicted on Wednesday on tax charges. Stanley L. Cohen, a New York lawyer and political activist who represented Suleiman Abu Ghaith, was indicted for failing to pay more than $3 million in income to the IRS, Reuters reports. Show More Summary
A Kansas man who police say cited Osama bin Laden as an inspiration was arrested Friday for allegedly plotting to detonate a car laden with explosives at the airport where he works, authorities said. Terry Lee Loewen, 58, was charged...Show More Summary
A Michigan man has hired attorneys to try to collect $25 million after claiming to have tipped off federal officials the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden. In a letter, sent by Chicago-based firm Loevy & Loevy to FBI Director James Comey, Grand...Show More Summary
It’s not true. The story about the Navy SEAL raid that got Osama bin Laden. And why doesn’t the public know about it? Because the news media has rolled over and played dead. That, basically, is what Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersh has to say about that operation in particular. And the state of [...]