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Guy Tweeted About Osama bin Laden Raid and Didn’t Know It

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A Pakistani man was on Twitter Sunday talking about helicopters circling above his home and talked about a blast he heard. He had no idea he was tweeting about the U.S. raid on Osama bin Laden. His other tweets included comments about a helicopter going down and how he heard windows shaking, along with a power outage that took place right after.

Sohaib Athar calls himself the guy who tweeted the Osama raid and didn’t even know at the time what was really going on. Could you imagine being right there and having no clue what was really happening? You can follow Sohaib’s posts from Sunday on Twitter.

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