US diver launches underwater search for Osama's body

US diver launches underwater search for Osama's body

US diver launches underwater search for Osama's body

"I'm doing it because I am a patriotic American who wants to know the truth. I do it for the world," Warren told the New York Post.The nearly decade-long hunt for the elusive Al Qaeda leader, believed to be the mastermind behind the 9/11 attacks, ended May 2 after US Navy Seals gunned him down in a town close to Islamabad.

The terrorist's body was buried at sea. The White House said it would not release graphic images of Osama's corpse, but the CIA did later show the photographs to select US lawmakers.

"I have a Russian girlfriend, and she tells me that over there, in intelligence circles, they don't believe bin Laden's really dead," Warren said. "I do not trust my government or Obama."

Warren expects the search will cost about $400,000 and will rely on several boats and high-end technology. If Warren finds the body, he will hold a DNA test at the ship.

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