Why is there no video evidence available of Bin Ladens Burial at sea. Even this long after it is supposed to have happened?
- KiethLv 71 month ago
Because it isn't politically correct to make our enemies cry. If he were still alive, he would make it known to embarrass America.
- TroyLv 51 month ago
Because he is in a hole being interrogated until his death
- Anonymous1 month ago
Why is there no video evidence of a plane striking the Pentagon?
Why have they never released the black box recordings from any of the hijacked flights?
Why have they not released photo evidence of Bin Laden's corpse?
Because they're not going to release proof that they're lying.
The Pentagon is the most surveilled structure in the world, yet they haven't released so much as a few seconds of video evidence that confirms a plane impacted the building. it's been nearly two decades and we've got no video.
The families of the passengers and crew on those flights have demanded to hear the cockpit recordings, yet to this date, they've released only snippets of audio, and those who were permitted to hear them were not allowed to record that audio, or make notes to document what they were hearing.
We were told that they purposely abstained from showing images of Bin Laden's body because they didn't want to enrage his followers, yet hundreds of millions of people around the world would have been overjoyed to see him dead with their own eyes. And we were told that he was buried at sea so that there wouldn't be a place for people to gather to mourn him or honor him, yet we can't know that's how he was disposed of.
You ask "why?" It's because they have things to hide, and releasing evidence that you're not telling the truth creates more problems than just hoping that everybody gets frustrated enough by your refusal to provide proof that they eventually just go away and worry about something else.
The problem is that people are not giving up. September 11th won't be like other instances where people eventually gave up. The truth will come out, and it won't be fifty years from now either.