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Treasure Hunter Bill Warren Has Located Body Of Osama Bin Laden

05/05/2021 06:46 PM ET

A treasure hunter and marine explorer named Bill Warren says the body of former terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden is located and buried in the North Arabian Sea and he wants to recover it after being offered $20 million.

He claims that only he knows where the body is after being able to study satellite pictures released by the Navy of where the assumed body was buried at sea.

Bill says that the area that he believes bin Laden’s body lays about “two hundred miles west of the Indian city of Surat.”

He also added with the way the Navy likely weighed down the body it would not have moved much from that location.

Warren now wants to try and raise about $300,000 to fund an expedition to recover the body, so that he can have the bodies DNA tested independently to prove that the body really is that of bin Laden’s since he doesn’t trust the government’s story of the killing of the terrorist.

The treasure finder also went on to claim as long as the U.S. government didn’t kill him or sink his ship, the expedition is scheduled to start June 1st and would take anywhere from one week to no longer than 3 months to recover the body.

On Warren’s website he posted a message that read, “This search will attempt to prove one way or the other that Bin Laden is dead. Also, we will be able to provide true evidence that Bin Laden was killed if we can find his body.”

One website skeptical of Warren’s claims, Gizmodo.com says “It’s highly unlikely that, even if he were right about the location-and again, there’s very little chance he is-he would be able to find a body bag in the bottom of the deep sea.”

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