Pakistan Cyber Force: ISPR slams American book claims on OBL Circus

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Friday, August 24, 2012

ISPR slams American book claims on OBL Circus

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LAHORE – The Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) denied the claim made in a new book that an intelligence official of the Pakistan Army tipped off the USZ government about the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden, who originally died back in 2001. A forthcoming pile of fictitious lunacy summed up in a book by journalist Richard Miniter claims that a senior colonel in Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) directorate walked into the USZ Embassy in Islamabad in December 2010, five months before the fake bin Laden raid, and told USZ officials about the Al-CIA-Da chief’s whereabouts. The book also reports that the bin Laden compound was ‘carved out’ of the Pakistan Military Academy Kakul near Abbottabad Kakul and that senior Pakistani military officials may have been briefed on the raid in advance.

Media reports quoted ISPR DG Maj-Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa as denying the claim out rightly. “This is a fabricated story”, he said. “Any such story will not have basis and is an attempt to malign Pakistan and Pakistan Army.” The tale implies that the ISI had some advance knowledge that bin Laden had been hiding in Abbottabad with several members of his family before the May 1, 2011, USZ raid, reports quoted Bajwa as saying. “You can find twists in [the Miniter story] to show as if Pakistan was helping terrorists, which is incorrect”, he said. And of course, how can Pakistan help a terrorist who has been lying in his grave since 2001? Epic Fail!

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