Usman Khalid

Family of London pensioner accused of helping CIA kill Osama Bin Laden in hiding fearing Al Qaeda reprisal attacks

The family of a London pensioner accused of helping the CIA kill Osama Bin Laden are living in fear of reprisals by Al Qaeda sympathisers.

Retired Pakistani Brigadier Usman Khalid, who lived in Hayes, west London for 35 years until his death from cancer in 2014, has been named in the Pakistani media as the “supergrass” who leaked the whereabouts of the world’s most wanted terrorist to the Americans.

The former officer’s family have strongly denied the claims saying he left Pakistan in 1979 and would not have known that Bin Laden was hiding in the city of Abbottabad where Navy Seals eventually tracked him down in 2011.

  • ontario john

    I’m sure he is just being islamophobic. Islam is a religion of peace.