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CIA Document Proves Osama bin Laden Was CIA Asset Tim Osman

According to documents on the CIA’s very own website, Osama bin Laden was a U.S. intelligence asset named Tim Osman.

Tim Osman (Ossman) was recruited by the U.S. intelligence agency shortly after George W. Bush’s father became CIA director in 1976.

From the September 18, 2001 issue of From The Wilderness (FTW):
“There are direct historical links between Osama bin Laden’s business interests and those of the Bush family. On September 15 I received the following message from Professor John Metzger of Michigan State University:
«We should revisit the history of BCCI, a bank used by the legendary Palestinian terrorist known as Abu Nidal. BCCI was closely tied to American and Pakistan intelligence. Its clients included the Afghan rebels, and the brother of Osama bin Laden, Salem.»?

“Salem bin Laden named Houston investment broker James R. Bath as his business representative in Texas, right after George W. Bush’s father became CIA director in 1976. By 1977, Bath invested $50,000 into junior’s first business, Arbusto Energy, while Osama bin Laden would soon become a CIA asset. George W. Bush’s FBI director Robert Mueller was part of the Justice Department’s questionable investigation of BCCI. (On BCCI, the bin Ladens, and the Bushes, see the books, The Outlaw Bank, A Full Service Bank, and Fortunate Son).”

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