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Updated on May 13, 2011

Arrest him.

The Osama Bin Laden's family, according to news reports, are not in mourning of his death, because, they are not sure whether he is dead, as the U.S. Government is reporting, or not. In the same breath, his son, Omar, does not take kindly to his father's burial at sea, "He goes on to show his disdain for the reported “burial at sea” (“His sudden and unwitnessed burial at sea has deprived the family of performing religious rights of a Muslim man”)...", he goes on to say.

This goes to show how unstable the Osama Bin Laden family is. How fickle minded its members are, to accept or refuse to accept what has been proved beyond doubt that their despicable father has been killed by U.S. Navy Seals unit right in his compound at Abbottabad, Pakistan, where he has been hiding for close to five years.

All this is contained in a statement released to the New York Times, which has the signature of Osama Bin Laden's fourth son, Omar; and unless he (Omar) has been living in another world for the past ten years, then he is just a reprobate, in the real sense of the word; otherwise, he will be considered a cretin by all standards, in sheer common sense, as well as in a pure ideological sense.

Among other things, he says in the statement, that he has always been a critic of his father for being hostile to the U.S.; and "a paragraph written from his family's viewpoint sums it up...," which says that is true. He, Omar, is assessing his chances of taking the U.S. Government to court for "killing an unarmed man (meaning his father), claiming that to be a crime. What?

He seems to be a person with a warped mentality or that he is suffering from a case of severe amnesia since 9/11; He is to be reminded that his father has been an accessory for the death of nearly 3000 people in one day. A heinous crime of unparalleled proportions, and that he is worth every treatment that has happened to him in these past few weeks.

He, Omar, has given evidence against himself, that he has been aware all along of his father's plans; therefore, he is an obvious accomplice to his father's crimes, and he must be arrested and tried in a court of law.

In other news reports, some people have been saying that Bin Laden must have been arrested and put on trial. What?

Where will you put him; Guantanamo? Who is going to bear the cost of his confinement; the U.S. Government? If he is sentenced, how many years does he deserve; a thousand years? Who will defend him, and what will be his defence? Where is the trial going to be held? Do you want a circus on your hands in your city or not; whoever that accepts his trial in that city?

Nobody in his or her right mind will speculate on any of these questions, because they will arrive at unjustified answers for the unjustifiable attacks on September 11th, 2001, for which Osama Bin Laden has been the mastermind.

On the other hand, many people think the Obama administration has made the right decision to get rid of Osama Bin Laden to save the whole world the aggravation his trial will cause; particularly, to loved ones and families whose members have died for no good reason.

Omar is lucky to be loitering around somewhere. As a critic, he has every inclination and obligation to report his father's activities to the authorities. He has failed to do so. He must be arrested, in many peoples' view.


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    • hottopics profile image


      7 years ago from Texas

      He might have used the " I am having a bad beard day" defense


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