The plot thickens.
The above video shows an interview with Jagandir Khan, a Pakistani local who lived a few minutes walk from the mansion allegedly housing Osama bin-Laden.
Mr Khan had something he wanted to share with the outside world: there was no enduring gun battle involving US forces â€“ or Osama bin-Laden for that matter.
The events of that night in late April as relayed by Mr Khan paint a very different picture to the intense and bloody firefight described by Barack Obama.
â€œThe Unites States launched a targeted operation against that compound in Abbottabad, Pakistanâ€¦after a firefight, they killed Osama bin-Laden and took custody of his body.â€
Interesting. Something like that would surely be remembered by residents who lived just a few minutes walk away?
According to the eye-witness, a helicopter entered the area around midnight and continued to fly overhead. Moments later, there was a loud explosion. When he and his friends went to investigate, there was nothing but some debris and a fire.
No exchange of fire. No screaming. No bodies. No swarm of US special forces. Nothing but some crackling flames and a lot of confused residents.
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