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U.S. Granted Access to Speak to bin Laden's Wives

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Kara --- 12 years ago -

I don't get it, "Speak to"?

Shouldn't they be in trouble for aiding a terrorist/#1 Public Enemy? After all, they knew where he was.

Or does this not apply because they're not on US soil?


U.S. granted access to speak to bin Laden's wives
By the CNN Wire Staff
May 10, 2011 8:30 a.m. EDT

Abbottabad, Pakistan (CNN) -- The United States will be given access to Osama bin Laden's wives, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik told CNN Tuesday.

On Monday, a senior Pakistani intelligence source had said the United States could only question bin Laden's wives if their "country of origin has been asked for permission."

Malik, in an interview Tuesday with CNN, did not give a timeline for when U.S. officials may speak with the wives and did not say where the access would take place.

Pakistani officials have said bin Laden's family members will be repatriated to their home countries after initial interrogations. One of bin Laden's wives is from Yemen, the official said, while a well-placed U.S. official who would not speak on the record said the other two are from Saudi Arabia.

All three were taken into Pakistani custody after the May 2 raid by U.S. commandos that killed bin Laden, the leader of the al Qaeda terrorist movement.

The 29-year-old Yemeni wife, Amal Ahmed Abdulfattah, was wounded during the raid. The U.S. official identified the other two women as Khairiah Sabar, also known as "Umm Hamza," and Siham Sabar, or "Umm Khalid."

While U.S. officials have raised questions about how bin Laden could have hidden for years in a compound in a city with heavy Pakistani military presence, Malik denied any suggestions that the world's most wanted terrorist may have had a support network in the Pakistani government, military or intelligence services.

Militants against whom Pakistan has been battling would have been the ones providing support, Malik said. 

Andy Stitz --- 12 years ago -

It depends on which way you look at it. In the US, of course they would be charged. But since they are pretty much puppets under that Talabanistic mind control BS, where men are men and women are pets to be offed at the man's whim, the really didn't have much of a choice than to obey that pr*ck. 

Kara --- 12 years ago -

You're right, the women probably wouldn't be any help. But, I don't think they should all go on living a normal life. They are accomplices in my opinion.

Andy you are very knowledgeable!

How about we question our relationship with the Pakistan government???

I just read that our military was ready to fight police and Pakistan army...

Military Ready to Fight! 

Andy Stitz --- 12 years ago -

Pakistan is just taking our money. You really think those idiots were fighting the "War on Terror?" They gave us tidbits at best just to keep the cash rolling in, all the while laughing their collective Muslim arses off at us. 

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