(CNN)-- Osama bin Laden's death marked the end of an era for U.S. investigators who searched remote villages and mountain caves in a far-reaching manhunt for the al Qaeda leader.<quoted text>
Obama said he would pursue Bin Laden after Bush abandoned that effort & Obama did get him.
Benghazi happened, Obama met with the Dec of Defense & head of the joint chiefs within the hour.
You right whiny little f*cks wanted Obama to nuke or invade someone?
There was no lie. Just you people trying to take advantage of the killing of 4 Americans to try to make political gain.
Their search which lasted more than a decade ended early Monday in Pakistan when a small U.S. team raided a heavily guarded hideout in Pakistan and killed him.
...Ironically, the person who helped lead the U.S. to Osama bin Laden's hideout in Abbottabad was Dr. Shakil Afridi who has been held in a remote Pakistani prison serving a 33-year sentence.
Obama took all the credit for a decade long search and forgot all about Dr. Afridi.