Laden's trusted courier helped US to kill al-Qaeda chief

Osama Bin Laden
Washington, May 3: After accomplishing their task successfully, the US officials, though on the conditions of unanimity, informed that the most "trusted courier" of Osama bin Laden helped American soldiers to nail down the al-Qaeda chief.

Sources informed that the most wanted terrorist, Laden always used someone (courier), whom he trusted to his life, if he wanted to send any message out.

The US officials confirmed that by tracking a phone call, picked by one of the trusted couriers of Laden, led the US to track the al-Qaeda chief and his followers' where-about.

By tracking the phone call, US spy reached outside the mansion at Abbotabad in Pakistan where Osama hid, informed the officials. The US special force killed Laden outside that mansion in the wee hours of Monday, May 2.

Sources also reported that Laden's trusted courier was a Kuwaiti-born man named Sheikh Abu Ahmed who was also killed during the US army operation.

US President Barack Obama on May 2 officially declared the death news of Osama and stated proudly, "I would like to say to the families who lost their dear ones in 9/11 that Justice has been done." Osama was the key mastermind behind the deadly terror attacks in US, 2001.

While the entire US, especially the kins of the 9/11 terror attacks' victims were celebrating the death of Osama, a report by Reuters stated on May 2 that, the Pakistani Taliban has vowed to attack the army and leaders of Pakistan, including President Asif Ali Zardari. They have also set their eyes on the United States and aims to make it pay for the death of Osama bin Laden.

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