Secret summit to target bin Laden
Will intel agents finally get terrorist in sight?

LONDON – John Scarlett, the head of the British intelligence agency MI6, will hold a secret summit during the G20 conference in London to answer the question, "Where is Osama bin Laden?" That’s according to a report from Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

U.S. intelligence officers who have traveled to England with their political leaders attending the conference will spend a day being briefed by a team of MI6 specialists who reportedly have established the whereabouts of the world’s most wanted terrorist.

They have been certain for some time that he was given refuge in Iran.

Despite its Shiite radicalism, the country had welcomed the Sunni bin Laden, a decision that goes some way to explaining the rejection by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of President Obama’s offer to start new negotiations with the Islamic Republic.

Bin Laden, the MI6 experts will tell the meeting, left the northwest province of Pakistan last December to travel first to the Baluchistan province which borders Afghanistan.

They believe he was picked up in Baluchistan by an Iranian military helicopter and flown to Tehran.

In January, he met Ahmadinejad and days later, bin Laden was joined by his four wives, the intel analysts say.

Bin Laden had come to Iran to undergo a kidney transplant, they say. In February he underwent surgery at a medical facility in a high-security compound near the city.

MI6 analysts will tell the meeting that a report bin Laden had died during the operation and his body had been returned to his long-time base in Pakistan is "wishful thinking."

Source: WorldNetDaily