On April 17, the son of Osama bin Laden appeared on Belgian Public Television. He said "they" made a "copy of my father and they say he says this and he says that."
No word on who Osama's son thinks "they" are. But that is simple enough if we do a bit of history reading. It was the CIA, in cahoots with Pakistan's ISI.
In fact, after Osama died of complications associated with diabetes (see Health & Medical History of Osama bin Laden), the CIA made several "copies" of the supposed terrorist, the former "freedom fighter" against the Soviets, and paraded these on television and the internet. We were subjected to the Fat Osama and then the Grecian Formula Osama and these "copies" were poor reproductions of the original, although a lot of people didn't seem to notice.
Earlier this year, Omar told CNN "he hasn't spoken to his father since 2000, when he walked away from an al Qaeda training camp in Afghanistan with his father's blessings. He said he has no idea where his father is, but is confident he will never be caught because locals support him."
No doubt Osama bin Laden will never be caught. He died in December, 2001, as Egyptian newspaper al-Wafd reported, although this was not reported by the corporate media in the United States.