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This just in.
"he compound in Pakistan where U.S. forces killed Osama bin Laden was an "active command and control center" where the al-Qaida leader retained strategic, operational and tactical direction of the group, a senior U.S. intelligence official said Saturday.
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At 5/7/11 03:39 PM, Asandir wrote: So we basically killed two flies with one stone, right?
I'd think it was more like a hundred with a pebble. The fact that one man had that much power and knowledge is now gone is gonna be the crippling blow to Al-Qaeda we've been hoping for. The US has a system where no two high-powered people ar enever in the same area at one time, unless for congressional meetings (the vice president never travels with the president, for instance).
Part of me wants to be all like, "This is great! Bin Laden is finally dead and a terrorist group has lost its figurehead!"
But another part of me is just waiting for the next Bin Laden video to pop up.