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Bin Laden Chapter closed after his death

Bin Laden Chapter closed after his death > United State – US Federal Judge has officially released charges against Osama bin Laden that was still continue against him, after the confirmation of the death of Osama bin Laden was capture and killed by US Forces, US district Attorney office confirmed.

Bin Laden Chapter closed after his death

According to source, The United State of America district court ordered to remove the pending charges against Osama bin laden who was the chief of aL-Qaeda Group and he was killed by United State Special forces in Pakistani City Abbottabad on May 2, 2011 at night.


District court judge Lewis J. Kaplan ordered to the request of the attorney for the New Yark Preet Bahara Request. Preet Bahara signed the request of the remove charges against Osama bin Laden on Thursday.


The remove charges details against are following: Americans Killing scheme, Murder charges, 1998 two Embassies bombing charges, which was killed more then 200 people.


United State – US officials and Justice Departments al describe the proof of the death of Osama Bin Laden. They give the DNA test samples and Osama’s Family members Test reports which is confirmed that the Osama bin laden was captured and killed.

Story Written By E Pakistan News Staff Member.

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