For all of the hype and staged videos regarding Osama bin Laden as the ‘boogeyman’, it is telling that he did not make the FBI Top 10 Most Wanted due to his ‘alleged’ actions regarding the ‘terrorist attacks’ on September 11, 2001. Anyone with 2 or 3 functioning brain cells could tell why he should have been #1 on the list, if the allegations were true to being with. Consider this interview that came out after the US attacked Afghanistan and was printed in Pakistan. This is in my book on page 88-89, Chapter 3:
Bin Laden: Not all Americans are bad 
”Mohammed Omar predicted the current campaign by the USA in Afghanistan 5 years ago, claiming that when the Taliban would not allow the US to build a pipeline they will begin to attack us, justifying it with Bin Laden.
Omar’s words are reported by Hamid Mir, who made the last interview with Osama Bin Laden, who declared that he is not against the American people, only the politicians and the state.
In the first interviews, Osama Bin Laden had declared himself against all the American people but he had changed. He admitted that there were many good people in the United States and it was the politicians and State, which he despised. He told Mir that he had seen many western people on television protesting at the bombing in Afghanistan and concluded, “They are good people. They are not Moslems, but they condemn the bombing”.
Remember well that CENTCOM commander General Tommy Franks let it slip before Congress that one of the primary objectives of his command was ‘the pipeline’ with reference to Afghanistan. That was months before September 11, 2001. I was not the only American to notice that the 9-11 Commission did not even inquire about that pipeline or why we really attacked Afghanistan.
There are many in the Israel Safe Haven Home for Felons including Leonid Nevzlin, formerly of Menatep Group, Bank Menatep that was caught in a $15 billion money laundering scandal with Bank of New York, and Yukos Oil. The top executive Mikhail Khordorkovsky served time in prison, but the #2 executive Nevzlin fled to Israel and was granted emergency citizenship.
I have previously disclosed that Bank Menatep was in bed with Blackstone Group, AIG and Carlyle Group as private equity investors. That has been in some of my articles and is in my book, too.
This is on page 542, Chapter 12 of the book I wrote:
“The august financial institution part of that group, Bank Menatep7 is under investigation in the $15.2 billion money laundering scandal at Bank of New York (“BONY”) on behalf of the Russian Mob, specifically Ukrainian Jew mobster Simeon Mogilevich8. He is just wanted for nothing much major, just securities fraud, racketeering, money laundering, just stuff like that. Seems like a good bedfellow for the Blackrot folks to me. Besides, Bank Menatep invested $25 million with Blackstone9, $50 million with Carlyle Group and $85 million with Maurice Greenberg’s AIG. They cannot be too critical about who they sleep with.”
Those names all tie back to Clearstream in Frankfurt and what is addressed in Part 3 of this series.
In December 2004 Yukos tried to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy in Houston so the US Bankruptcy Mafia could take over that juicy plum in Russia but Putin stepped in and blocked it. Most people missed that hardball play by US energy companies to get a huge chunk of Russian oil assets for pennies on the dollar.
As a matter of US bankruptcy law and US Constitutional limits, Yukos assets were outside of the USA and could not be under the jurisdiction of any US court. It was a strategy that backfired.
Nevzlin listed his palatial NYC apartment in 2013 for $15 million, so apparently his being a wanted and convicted criminal by Russia did not matter to Israel or the USA. So much for their hollow words about… ‘the rule of law’.
He is wanted for many things in Russia including conspiracy to the murder of five people, but apparently that makes him prime material in Israel to be the chairman of a Jewish museum and otherwise engaged and accepted into multiple inner-circle cliques. The following excerpts are from Wikipedia about Nevzlin:
“The Leonid Nevzlin Research Center for Russian and Eastern European Jewry located at Jerusalem’s Hebrew University. Created the NADAV Fund. In collaboration with the Israeli government, Nevzlin created a relief fund in 2004 to help preserve Beth Hatefutsoth, the Nahum Goldmann Museum of the Jewish Diaspora  in Tel Aviv, and was elected as chairman of its International Board of Governors. He also supports the Nevzlin Program for the Study of Jewish Civilization at Tel Aviv University. In addition, the NADAV Fund played a critical role in opening the International School for Jewish Peoplehood Studies at Beth Hatefutsoth. On 12 June 2011, it was announced that Nevzlin had purchased a 20% stake in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, for NIS 140m.”