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If bin Laden is found, he'll be killed, Holder says

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Osama bin Laden "will never appear in an American courtroom," Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. told House members at a hearing Tuesday.

"Let's deal with the reality here," Holder said in response to questions from Rep. John Culberson (R-Tex.). "The reality is, we will be reading Miranda rights to a corpse."

TVNL Comment: Imagine that? Imagine wanting to kill the person who is supposedly the most valuable source of information in the world when it comes to defending our nation. Imagine not wanting to "torture" information out of him. This is a CLEAR smoking gun that this man had nothing to do with 9/11 and the US can not have him make any public statements. Go to the FBI website and look at the most wanted list. Find bin Laden there and notice that he is not wanted for the crimes of 9/11. We wrote about this years ago and the FBI had to make a public statement saying that the reason he is not listed as being wanted for 9/11 is because they have no evidence linking him to the event. Now imagine saying that you are going to kill someone for a crime that your own criminal athorities can not link him to. This is called silencing the witness.

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