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Colo. Man Wants Another Try at Capturing Bin Laden

Tuesday, 17 Aug 2010 06:51 PM

 

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The Colorado man detained in Pakistan while trying to track down Osama bin Laden says he wants to try again.

Gary Faulkner said Tuesday it could be weeks or months before he makes another trip and still has to raise money for it.

The 51-year-old unemployed construction worker says he wants to bring the al-Qaida leader to the United States.

Faulkner was detained June 13 in Pakistan after he was found with weapons and night-vision equipment. Pakistan released him without charges and he returned to the U.S.

Faulkner says he believes he'll be allowed back into Pakistan. The Pakistani Embassy in Washington said no one was available to comment Tuesday.

Faulkner has kidney disease and needs regular dialysis.

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