How Osama Bin Laden Was Found
A leaked secret surveillance image secured exclusively by The BlaBla Blog shows how US National Security Agency, Defence Operatives and CIA Agents confirmed the location of Osama Bin Laden’s Pakistani hideout.
Turns out that initial suspicions of the location of the Worlds’ Most Wanted Terrorist were initially triggered when the CIA secured GPS tracking information from Apple who had been monitoring the movement of the Bin Laden iPhone and iPad with its secret location tracking software. The devices (clearly visible in the lower right of the image) have not moved outside of the compound for over nine months and it is this information which raised the initial alarm bells at Apple HQ. As any Apple iPhone or iPad user knows, 90% of the value of owning one of these devices is being seen with it in your hands, in public.
The confirmation of his location came just a few days ago from Sony. Hackers who recently managed to comprise the PlayStation Network user database discovered that one of the 70 million sets of credit card data that they had downloaded belonged to a woman suspected to be Bin Ladens’ third wife. (It is thought that she is the woman on the left of the image watching as the obscured individual on the right loads PSN on the television set). The hackers did the right thing and passed this information onto the US Security Services who managed to confirm that the PlayStation 3 console was in close proximity to the previously identified Apple devices.
The rest, as they say, is history.