Treasure Hunter Seeks Bin Laden Corpse

By LCR Contributor Barrell Rider

San Diego County treasure hunter, Bill Warren is planning a rather expensive and extensive search of the North Arabian Sea to recover the body of Osama Bin Laden. He will use an array of high tech equipment including sonar and remote operated vehicles to search for, and recover the body of Bin Laden. The operation will cost hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars. Warren, who resides in Fallbrook, California has been hunting for treasure and salvaging wrecks for decades. He is believed to have uncovered over one hundred wrecked ships, some of which had valuable hierlooms aboard. Warren claims to have uncovered over 150 ship wrecks.

Details of the Bin Laden Burial are sketchy at best. He was allegedly buried somewhere in the North Arabian Sea and it is believed the body was enclosed in a heavy duty bag inside of a coffin.

In an interview, Warren stated that he does not trust the government or Obama and wants to provide proof through photos and DNA if possible. He is also interested in collecting the 25 million dollar reward, which has been rescinded by the government.

1 comment:

  1. Yeah, this is sure going to work out for them. He's crab crap by now, fer crissakes!

    I mean, like is this going to be the Discovery Channel's next "Dangerous Catch" series? I can see people watching hour after hour of folks dragging their next crab cocktail on board..

    ..their next Mooz-lem cocktail, not so much.


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