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 Edward Snowden says Osama bin Laden is alive, staying in Bahamas

Update : 2015-08-31 14:20:28
 Edward Snowden says Osama bin Laden is alive, staying in Bahamas

It may be a little difficult to believe but Edward Snowden has claimed that Osama bin Laden was still alive.

WorldNewDailyReport.com said that during an interview which he gave recently to Moscow Tribune, Snowden said that Osama was living in Bahamas and was still on the payroll of CIA.

The report quotes him as saying - “I have documents showing that Bin Laden is still on the CIA’s payroll. He is still receiving more than $100,000 a month, which are being transferred through some front businesses and organizations, directly to his Nassau bank account. I am not certain where he is now, but in 2013, he was living quietly in his villa with five of his wives and many children.

Snowden is at present a fugitive. He flee US after leaking documents about the NSA’s surveillance programs.

The report also said that Snowden previously too made some unreported allegations about Osama Bin Laden

Snowden goes on to say that CIA had orchestrated fake death of the former leader of al Qaeda.

He claims that Osama was transported with his family in an unrevealed location in the Bahamas.

The report further quotes him as follows - “Osama bin Laden was one of the CIA’s most efficient operatives for a long time. What kind of message would it send their other operatives if they were to let the SEALs kill him? They organized his fake death with the collaboration of the Pakistani Secret services, and he simply abandoned his cover. Since everyone believes he is dead, nobody’s looking for him, so it was pretty easy to disappear. Without the beard and the military jacket, nobody recognizes him.”

Not only this, Snowden categorically states that he will talk about the documents which prove Laden is alive in book which is likely to be released in September.

However, Snowden's claims have not been substantiated or confirmed by any other source.

The US government has filed espionage charges against Snowden for revealing classified NSA documents to journalists.

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