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May 2nd, 2011
10:37 AM ET

Osama bin Laden dead but what about al Qaeda?

CNN's American Morning speaks with, CNN national security contributor, Fran Townsend, CNN terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank and CNN terrorism analyst and former CIA officer Gary Bernsten about moving forward with the war on terrorism after Osama bin Laden's death.

Filed under: Terrorism
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  1. buzltyr837

    Osama bin Laden was the MASTERMIND behind every move! 99% of his followers couldn't count to 5 much less plan an attack ! Get a REALITY check – killing this murderer solves many a future plan!

    May 2, 2011 at 8:44 pm |
  2. Bin Laden Easter Sunday April 30th Jesus or Hitler ?

    Bin Laden and Al Quaeda was created by the USA.
    With their funding and support he destroyed the godless Soviets 88-97.
    The USA then betrayed him in 97.
    He then gave them the fears they wanted 97-2002.
    He was probably dead in 2002 (no validated sighting or recording since).
    He was maintained as a ficton to justify the invasion of Afghanistan.
    Trillions later the USA has now destroyed itself.
    Bin Laden destroyed the Soviet and the USA empires.
    Now with all the wars lost, the USA has to officially kill him off to exit.
    TImed to be 2 days after Jesus and the same day as Hitler.
    Hastily disposed of at sea so he remains an enigma.
    Like Jesus and Hitler, a death with no body, no proof, the doubt remains.

    May 2, 2011 at 11:03 am |