Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under three different administrations Steve R. Pieczenik says that Osama Bin Laden died in 2001.
Steve Pieczenik is the critically acclaimed author of psycho-political thrillers and the co-creator of the best-selling Tom Clancy’s Net Force paperback series, Steve Pieczenik.
He served as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State under three different administrations, Nixon, Ford and Carter, while also working under Reagan and Bush senior, and still works as a consultant for the Department of Defense. A former US Navy Captain, Pieczenik achieved two prestigious Harry C. Solomon Awards at the Harvard Medical School as he simultaneously completed a PhD at MIT.
Recruited by Lawrence Eagleburger as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Management, Pieczenik went on to develop, “the basic tenets for psychological warfare, counter terrorism, strategy and tactics for transcultural negotiations for the US State Department, military and intelligence communities and other agencies of the US Government,” while also developing foundational strategies for hostage rescue that were later employed around the world.
Pieczenik also served as a senior policy planner under Secretaries Henry Kissinger, Cyrus Vance, George Schultz and James Baker and worked on George W. Bush’s election campaign against Al Gore. His record underscores the fact that he is one of the most deeply connected men in intelligence circles over the past three decades plus.
The character of Jack Ryan, who appears in many Tom Clancy novels and was also played by Harrison Ford in the popular 1992 movie Patriot Games, is also based on Steve Pieczenik.
Pieczenik is interviewed here by Alex Jones regarding the latest on the Bin Laden assassination spectacle and goes over how Osama Bin Laden actually died in 2001 of Marfan syndrome. This is a degenerative genetic disease for which there is no permanent cure. The illness severely shortens the life span of the sufferer.
Pieczenik stated that “He died of Marfan syndrome, Bush junior knew about it, the intelligence community knew about it,” said Pieczenik, noting how CIA physicians had visited Bin Laden in July 2001 at the American Hospital in Dubai.