Why isn't Bin Laden wanted for 9-11?

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    While it is proven that he heads the organization that plotted the attacks, planned the attacks, and carried out the attacks, there is only circumstantial evidence that he had a direct hand in any of that.

    What you're asking is, in essence, why isn't the CEO of a company held liable for anything that his employees do on the job that is wrong. If a ConEd meter reader steals your dog while reading your meter, should the CEO of ConEd be charged?
     
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    He is technically just a suspect in the 9/11/2001 atrocities. But he had already been indicted, criminally, for other (but prior) acts of terrorism.

    He is a fugitive on the case on which he is already indicted.

    He is not a fugitive on an (as yet) non-existent "case," the 9/11/2001 atrocities.

    Personally, I want him captured on the 9/11/2001 matters and promptly questioned ONLY on that, not at all on the indicted case. I want him tried via military commission. I want the USA to drop the actually pending criminal charges (for which he has already been indicted) in lieu of prosecuting him as a war criminal before a military commission.

    He should not be wanted as a "criminal" at all in terms of our criminal justice laws.
     
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    9/11 was an act of war against America. Were other leaders that committed acts of war with the United States also on the FBI's most wanted list? Was Tojo on the list when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor?

    It is much easier to build a case against bin Laden in a military court than it is in a civilian court.

    It is also much more difficult to build a case against the leader of a criminal organization than it is against the underlings who actually committed the crimes. This is one reason why it is difficult to convict mafia dons and CEOs of companies engaged in criminal activities but not their subordinates.

    Besides, what difference would it make? It wouldn't change any of the twoofers minds.
     
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    OBL committed an act of war. So, just kill him in an act of war. Personally, I don't need to see him tried.
     
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    The FBI most wanted list reflects criminals wanted in the jurisdiction of the FBI. Inside the USA. Since we know he is NOT in the USA, he falls under the jurisdiction of the military and therefore is on the CIA's most wanted list. The CIA being the secretive organization that it is, they do not make this available to the public, especially to treasonous twoofers.
    The statement that OBL is not wanted by the FBI, and holding that as evidence that here is a conspiracy afoot, is akin to claiming that since John Dillinger was not wanted by your local police dept, there must have been conspiracy afoot because he did rob banks in your state.......
     
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    thats one of the things thats laughable about the 9/11 coverup commission.They say he has committed acts of terrorism aginst the united states yet they have no evidence of it so they dont even have him on on the most wanted list.:cuckoo:
     
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    no, they have no evidence that he is within their jurisdiction, so they do not have him on the their list. If you could obtain the CIA list of most wanted, bet he is on the top of it. They DO have jurisdiction overseas.
    See my above post and stop being so damn pigheaded.
     
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    he is on the most wanted list, jackass. :cuckoo:
     
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    Because Democrats are keeping it low key and Republicans don't care and they never have.
     

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