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Rs. 70 Crore Liquor Sold On Onam Days - Pg. 15 How Much of Global Obesity Can Be Blamed On Edison? - Pg. 18 Khel Ratna For Vijay, Yogeshwar - Pg. 22 the weekly voice Saturday, September 1, 2012 Vol 16 No. 70 PM: 40025701 One More RCMP Lays Charges In Twist In ‘Marriage-for-immigration’ Scam Osama Killing Saga Washington: Osama bin Laden, the Al Qaeda chief, was unarmed and had already died with a bullet to the brain when the US Navy commandos entered his bedroom during a raid in Pakistan's Abbottabad city, a US Navy SEAL has revealed in a book.

Giving a firsthand account of last May's raid, the SEAL who also participated in it, has disclosed that Osama had been fatally wounded before they entered the room. 

As the SEALS ascended a narrow staircase, the team's point man saw a man poking his head from a doorway, wrote the SEAL using a pseudonym Mark Owen (whose real identity has since been revealed by Fox News) in "No Easy Day," a copy of which was obtained at a bookstore by The Huffington Post.

"We were less than five steps from getting to the top when I heard suppressed shots. BOP. BOP," writes Owen.

"I couldn't tell from my position if the rounds hit the target or not. The man disappeared into the dark room." 

Contrary to media reports that Osama had a weapon and resisted when Navy SEALs entered the room, he was unarmed, writes Owen. 

 Team members took their time entering the room, where they saw the women wailing over bin Laden, who wore a white sleeveless T-shirt, loose tan pants and a tan tunic, according to the book.

"Blood and brains spilled out of the side of his skull" and he was still twitching and convulsing, Owen writes. 

While bin Laden was in his death throes, Owen writes he and another SEAL Continued on page 2... The RCMP have charged 39 people in a major investigation that looked into the fake marriages for the purpose of immigration under which an alleged criminal organization arranged marriages of convenience to allow foreign nationals to enter or remain in Canada. The investigation, dubbed Project Conjugal, was begun in October 2009. RCMP Constable Erique Gasse is quoted by CBC as saying, "It was an anonymous tip that led to the project called 'Conjugal', the purpose of which is to address the legitimacy of hundreds of suspicious marriages." The latest arrests by the RCMP's Immigration and Passport Section were of people who are alleged to have participated in marriages of convenience. A marriage of convenience is defined under Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act as a marriage entered into solely for immigration purposes. Amadou Niang, 56, is alleged to be the ringleader of the alleged criminal enterprise. He is believed to have worked with others to ar- RANJIT DHALIWAL range marriages of convenience, for money, mainly between North African men and Montreal women, many of whom are of Haitian descent. It is alleged that 315 such marriages were arranged. Niang, a Canadian citizen, is described as a bogus immigration consultant. According to the Montreal Gazette, the alleged criminal enterprise was broken up early this Kasab’s Death Sentence Upheld New Delhi: India's Supreme Court Wednesday upheld the death sentence awarded to Pakistani terrorist Kasab for his role in the Mumbai savagery, marking the end of the legal battle for a man who desperately tried to escape the hangman's noose.

In a ruling bound to cast a shadow on India-Pakistan relations, Justices Aftab Alam and C.K. Prasad said: "We are constrained to hold that death penalty is the only sentence that can be given in the circumstances." 

The verdict got a thumbsup from both Continued on page 3... year. In March, Niang appeared in court on 42 immigration charges. Niang's next court appearance is scheduled for Oct. 23, and according to the Gazette, it is believed he is negotiating a plea bargain. The others arrested this week are due to appear in a Montreal court on Oct. 16. After the arrests were made Continued on page 3... ‘Son Of Sardar’ Runs Afoul Of Sikh Body Amritsar: Claiming that Sikhs were being shown in a bad light in the film Son of Sardar, the All India Sikh Students Federation (AISSF) has urged the clergy to take action against actor-producer Ajay Devgn. In a letter to Akal Takht head Gurbachan Singh, AISSF president Karnail Singh demanded action against Devgn for hurting the religious sentiments of Sikhs. The Akal Takht is the highest Continued on page 2... Learn one of the most lucrative and highly paid skills - SAP ERP SysTek JOIN OUR SAP COURSES FROM LEADERS IN SAP TRAINING & EDUCATION 8 Qualiied Instructors 8 Best Fees Structure 8 Project Experience 8 Help in Placement PLEASE CONTACT US AND SEE YOUR CAREER LEAPING TO NEW HEIGHTS! Call ERP SysTek now 647-477-1686 | MORTGAGE BROKER 2.89% 5 yrs fix High Ratio must closed within 60 days. 905-789-1166 CLARITY FINANCIAL FSCO Lic. 10428 Clear mortgage solutions as seen or heard on

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