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FBI Investigator: US 'Not Done With the bin Ladens'

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In this image made from video broadcast by the Qatari-based satellite television station Al-Jazeera Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2001, a young boy, left, identified as Hamza bin Laden holds what the Taliban says is a piece of U.S. helicopter wreckage in Ghazni, Afghanistan, on Monday, Nov. 5, 2001. (AP Photo/Al-Jazeera via APTN)

By    |   Sunday, 14 May 2017 09:43 PM

Ali Soufan, the FBI's lead investigator on al-Qaida after the 9/11 terror attacks, said Osama bin Laden's son may be ready to seek revenge for his father's death, warning, "I think we're not done with the bin Ladens yet."

Hamza bin Laden, now 28, "exhibited leadership skills early on," Soufan told CBS' "60 Minutes" on Sunday, and is believed to look and and sound like his father. He explained that as a child Hamza was used in propaganda materials, but no photo was known to exist of him as an adult.

"We killed Osama bin Laden. But, his message lives," Soufan said, explaining Hamza could be forming a jihadist movement.

"Interestingly enough, his recent message that came out, he delivered the speech as if it's his father delivering the speech, using sentences, terminology that was used by Osama bin Laden," Soufan said.

"He's basically saying, America and American people, we're coming and you're gonna feel it. And, we're gonna take revenge for what you did to my father. We're gonna revenge what you did in Iraq. We're gonna revenge what you did in Afghanistan," he added.

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Ali Soufan, the FBI's lead investigator on al-Qaida after the 9/11 terror attacks, said Osama bin Laden's son may be ready to seek revenge for his father's death, warning, "I think we're not done with the bin Ladens yet," The Hill reported Sunday.Hamza bin Laden, now 28,...
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