Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Bin Laden was accompanied by 18 people in the assault

London .- The leader of Al Qaeda, Osama bin Laden, was accompanied by 18 people at the time that the assault was U.S. special group, one wife was injured in the attack and one of his daughters has "confirmed" international terrorist's death, as reported on Tuesday Pakistani intelligence sources. Sources of the Pakistani intelligence services (ISI), reported the BBC on Tuesday that "between 17 and 18 people" were in the residence of bin Laden in Abbottabad, 60 miles from Islamabad, where the assault took special command .

"A wife was injured in the attack," continued the sources of the ISI during a meeting with reporters. "He was unconscious, and when he regained consciousness he said he was Yemeni citizen who had moved to the complex a few months," they added. "A daughter has confirmed the death of his father," they said.

Besides, "were taken place two people, bin Laden and another, probably her son" would have survived, said the ISI, without specifying details. "Four people were killed in the complex" and "many women were alive at the scene, a wife and a daughter, and eight or nine children who could be brothers of Bin Laden," he added.

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