Losing Bin Laden: How Bill Clinton's Failures Unleashed Global Terror

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Regnery Publishing, Aug 15, 2004 - Political Science - 317 pages
Journalist Rich Miniter uses his unparalleled access to sources and stories throughout the Middle East, Africa, and the United States. He paints a devastating portrait of how close the U.S. military was to killing bin Laden--on multiple occasions--and how, each time, Clinton dropped the ball and allowed bin Laden to grow stronger and more dangerous.
 

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So he was playing golf and put off one of his major military advisors who had Bin Laden in his snipers view and what did he say as this sniper was ready to pull the trigger Ill get back to you. .....and the rest is history dear God! What a book! Highly recommend to anyone who is openminded! Read full review

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Read from the perspective of 10 years after the US invaded Afghanistan and "lost" Bin Laden, possibly for good, this makes especially good reading. Clearly the author is no fan of Clinton but this ... Read full review

Contents

1992 BIN LADEN STEPS OUT OF THE SHADOWS
1
1993 BIN LADEN AND THE TWIN TOWERS
19
1993 THE BATTLE OF THE BLACK SEA
41
1994 THE SEPTEMBER 11 PRACTICE RUN
71
1995 SHOWDOWN IN SUDAN
99
1996 THE FRIEND OF BILL
127
1997 KILLING THE MESSENGER
151
1998 BIN LADEN DECLARES WAR AGAIN AND AGAIN
161
2000 CLINTONS RUMOR OF WAR
197
2000 THE ATTACK ON THE USS COLE
213
THE IRAQAL QAEDA CONNECTION
231
INTELLIGENCE DOCUMENTS AND PHOTOS
243
NOTES
271
BIBLIOGRAPHY
303
INDEX
307
Copyright

1999 THE MILLENNIUM PLOT
187

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About the author (2004)

Formerly editor of the weekly "Business Europe" column at The Wall Street Journal Europe, Richard Miniter is currently a freelance writer for the London Sunday Times. He resides in Brussels, Belgium

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