The U.S. government responded to the request for the body of Bin Laden
A few months ago, according to the Freedom of Information Act, I asked the Pentagon about the visual recordings of Osama bin Laden's burial at sea. Today I got an impressive package of assorted 'no' — complete denial that any records exist.
That's what the U.S. government responded to the request for the body of Bin Laden!
The main idea is to answer the following: office of the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, U.S. Special Operations Command and the Department of the Navy, they were looking for any records. It's nothing. Sifted email Admiral Mike Mullen. It's nothing. The Pentagon has said that none of those present at the USS Carl Vinson, from which were buried Bin Laden did not make a single photo. No messages from the ship in no way refers to a video or photographs. In effect, none of the military do not have any proof. Was there a boy? If so, the records of the funeral of bin Laden hidden in the archives of the CIA, where they will be stored until the end of time.