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Sep 12, 2011

The story behind 9 / 11: CIA Leaders Admit Accept Proposal Pakistan Taliban Osama Court Problem

ISLAMABAD - Former Taliban era foreign minister, deputy Ahmad Muttawakil, stating that the government had sent several proposals to the U.S. government, the court offered for Osama bin Laden. However, he said in an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera, the Bush administration did not seem enthusiastic.

Robert Grenier, CIA chief in Pakistan, acknowledged that the existence of the proposal. However, he stated the U.S. considers a bid to bring Osama Bin Laden to justice is only a lie. "Another idea is that [Osama bin Laden] will be brought to trial before a group of Ulema in Afghanistan," he said.

He stated that no one else in the Bush administration responded to that proposal seriously. "The reason, they do not believe the Taliban and their ability to perform a qualified court," he said.

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Grenier said the deputy U.S. attorney, Patrick Fitzgerald, visited Pakistan to inform evidence of Osama bin Laden's involvement in a series of bombings at the U.S. embassy.

"He met with Interior Minister of Pakistan and assured that the Pakistan government to help arrest bin Laden," he said.

But Grenier could not remember whether Fitzgerald met with Taliban officials in Pakistan to discuss their proposals or not.