US continues to pursue Bin Laden
Regional, Politics, 8/3/1999
The US security systems continue pursuing Osama Bin Laden one year after the bombardment of the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam and still considers him its top public enemy and accuses him of financing international terrorism.
In a report published on Monday from Washington, AFP said that the US which, less than two weeks after the explosions, carried out revenge acts against training camps for Bin Laden in eastern Afghanistan, has been relentlessly continuing its strategy to arrest him through the collective efforts of the US intelligence, judicial and political rules and diplomatic pressures.
Former US ambassador at the State Department, Robert Oakley, stressed that the US systems have restricted to a great extent Bin Laden's movements, noting that Bin Laden could not cause harm to any American during the year following the explosions
News reports which are not officially confirmed say that Washington has foiled at least seven attempts which targeted US interests between August 1998 and March 1999 and was able through its security systems to define Bin Laden's place of stay in Afghanistan, listen to his phone calls and get to know about his aides who are administrating his wealth estimated at US $250 million.
USA Today quoted the intelligence sources as saying experts in informatics are disseminating confusion in Bin Laden's financial affairs through revealing his bank accounts and making transfers to forged accounts. Such attempts, which were backed by the US judicial system, resulted in questioning tens of persons or arresting others.
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