In July of 2000 a man phoned Australian intelligence claiming he had lunch with bin Laden in Afghanistan. The man's name was Jack Roche. Unfortunately, neither Australian intelligence nor their “allies” showed any interest in Mr. Roche's story (which took place 14 months before the tragic events of September 11th). Back then, secret services were not interested in Bin Laden's lunch and Mr. Roche's plans to blow up the Embassy.
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