Osama Bin Laden's Estate To Hold Yard Sale

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Wednesday, 4 May 2011


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Pakistan - Relatives at Osama Bin Laden's compound in Abbottabad,were busy setting up tables outside the compounds walls to have a large yard sale. Already on display were several of his favorite rifles, military shirts, pants and shoes, but then there were items we didn't expect to see.

Hair pieces and fake beards; silicon breasts, dresses much taller than any of his wives sizes, lipstick,mascara,high heels, thongs and a whole box of Nair hair remover. What are we to think? When questioned, workers pointed to a family photo album on another table. One photo showed a tall woman in a baazar shopping for vegetables, while another showed her at a Pakistani state dinner with Condoleezza Rice.

"He went everywhere and anywhere as Natasha Grable," said one man, "Natasha bought this house, Natasha went to market, Natasha traveled the world unhampered by security, including several trips to Acapulco. Did she go to America? No, she was frankly scared to be caught, but she went everywhere else. He/She needed the beards to appear normal for relatives, Al Queda officers and others, but otherwise he was Natasha."

Also in the photo album was Natasha with several U.S. Senators, including John McCain, and also former Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.

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