Skip to comments.Bosnia: Hague Judge Silences Bin Laden Bosnia Testimony, as NATO’s Claims Questioned
Posted on 02/13/2006 8:17:25 PM PST by Banat
Judge Patrick Robinson immediately shut down a Western journalist on the Hague Tribunal witness stand last week, when she disclosed having seen Osama bin Laden waltz into the office of late Bosnian President Alija Izetbegovic in November 1994.
Just as veteran British journalist Eve-Ann Prentice, who covered the Yugoslav conflicts for the Guardian and the Times told of the famous OBL, Prosecutor Geoffrey Nice objected, and the judge cut off the testimony immediately declaring it irrelevant, according to the defenses recap of a devastating day of testimony.
(Excerpt) Read more at balkanalysis.com ...
OBL had a Bosnian passport.
Hey, you can't have a trial and let the truth come out to challenge Mr. Soros and Slick Willie's fiction!
Have you no idea how this would destory the international kneepad market?
Speaking of which, where's Hoopie?
Ya know, it's only a matter of time before all this comes to bite us in the a@@. What a mess bubba made.
Yeah, can't let that get out. Might open can #1002 on Klintoon's resume of the unexplained.
Yup...and thanks to the complicit MS media, 99% of U.S. citizens -- whose tax dollars keep that joke of a country alive -- will never know the truth.
Thanks for the link, Andy!
I posted this one before......also on liberty forum....
The claim that this witness got cancer from DU is sufficient grounds to dismiss the whole testimony. U238, with a half-life about equal to the entire age of the universe, is only barely radioactive. Maybe she got cancer. But lots of people get cancer. Those in the most proximity to DU are the troops who shoot the stuff off, and they don't have the kind of cancer rate the chicken-littles of DU would expect.
So if a person is mistaken about why they got cancer, they are incapable of having seen Osama bin Laden at a place corroborated by another journalist? Gotcha.
What does this have to do with OBL's sighting?
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