@ReallyVirtual aus Abbottabad hat seit ein paar Stunden die Aktion auf Twitter live gebloggt, ohne zu wissen worum es ging. Sohaib Athars Gesicht werdet Ihr heute noch öfter sehen, hier sein Tweet, als er realisierte, was er da gemacht hatte: „Uh oh, now I'm the guy who liveblogged the Osama raid without knowing it.“ Hier sein (ziemlich verwaistes) Blog. (via BBSubmitterator)
Ein paar seiner Tweets:
Vor zehn Stunden: Helicopter hovering above Abbottabad at 1AM (is a rare event).
Vor 9 Stunden: A huge window shaking bang here in Abbottabad Cantt. I hope its not the start of something nasty :-S
@ all silent after the blast, but a friend heard it 6 km away too... the helicopter is gone too.
@ the few people online at this time of the night are saying one of the copters was not Pakistani...
@ Funny, moving to Abbottabad was part of the 'being safe' strategy
@ Since taliban (probably) don't have helicpoters, and since they're saying it was not "ours", so must be a complicated situation #abbottabad
@ The abbottabad helicopter/UFO was shot down near the Bilal Town area, and there's report of a flash. People saying it could be a drone.
@ people are saying it was not a technical fault and it was shot down. I heard it CIRCLE 3-4 times above, sounded purposeful.
Vor sieben Stunden: And now, a plane flying over Abbottabad...
Vor drei Stunden: Report from a taxi driver: The army has cordoned off the crash area and is conducting door-to-door search in the surrounding
Vor zwei Stunden: Another rumor: two copters that followed the crashed one were foreign Cobras - and got away
@ Report from a sweeper: A family also died in the crash, and one of the helicopter riders got away and is now being searched for.
RT @ISuckBigTime: Osama Bin Laden killed in Abbottabad, Pakistan.: ISI has confirmed it << Uh oh, there goes the neighborhood :-/