Osama: Quiet as a Corpse

By Peter Brookes

Osama bin Laden hasn’t made a single peep publicly in over a year — his longest absence since 9/11. The ghoul’s eerie silence is both disturbing — and odd — for the leader of a global terrorist organization hellbent on changing world order.

So what is Public Enemy No. 1 up to? Osama’s glaring absence from the world stage means one of three things: a) We’ve been closing in on him and he’s gone deeper underground; b) He’s lulling us into complacency while planning another big terrorist strike, or c) He’s dead.

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