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The Faceless Coward On Sept 11th the twin towers of the World Trade Center were attacked by terrorists People all over want justice for what was done We the people what revenge We have evidence today linking Osama bin Laden to the attacks Now that we know who contrived these attacks justice should prevail no matter the cost A major piece of evidence linking bin Laden to the attacks reportedly came from bin Laden himself Foreign intelligence officials intercepted a telephone conversation between bin Laden and the women who raised him just two days before the attacks Osmam bin Laden said In two days your going to hear big news and your not going to hear from me for a while Osama bin Laden is obviously a man with strong views He devises this insidious attack unlike any the United States has ever seen before This mythological plan must have taken years to devise Ill give bin Laden credit because it was a brilliant plan No one ever could have excepted a group for suicidal terrorist to hi-jack airplanes and fly them into the WTC towers He knew we couldnt stop him or find out where he was hiding later This was an ingenious plan with no other purposes but to take innocent life and to create terror in the hearts of Americans I dont get why someone would go through all that trouble to create terror in the hearts of Americans only to go into hiding afterward Only a coward hits you when your back is turned and then runs away to hide Osama bin Laden is a coward If he had any balls whatsoever he would show his face and admit that he was behind the attacks He cant be proud of what he did I would feel different about bin Laden if he would have acted like a man and gave us
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