MEXCLUSIVE! Audio of Brian Williams Bragging That He OWNS Part of Fuselage of Helicopter Crashed in BIN LADEN RAID!

Well here we go again! In addition to my first finding Brian Williams’ “gangs of New Orleans” story, and his fabrication about seeing a man commit suicide in Katrina, now there’s this pretty amazing story that he told on a radio show.

According to Williams, he has a contact in the Defense Department that sent him a package with a “cryptic message,” and inside he found what he believes is a piece of the fuselage from the helicopter that crashed at the Osama Bin Laden raid in Abbottabad!!

Whoah if true.

Listen to the clip below:

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Now, according to Wikipedia, the wreckage had explosive charges detonated on it by the special forces soldiers, but it was later recovered:

The U.S. requested return of the wreckage and the Chinese government also expressed interest, according to Pakistani officials. Pakistan had custody of the wreckage for over two weeks before its return was secured by U.S. Senator John Kerry.[291][292] Experts disagreed as to how much information could have been gleaned from the tail fragment. Stealth technology was already operational on several fixed-wing aircraft and the cancelled RAH-66 Comanche helicopter; however, the modified Black Hawk was the first confirmed operational “stealth helicopter”. Likely, the most valuable information could come from radar-absorbing paint used on the tail section.[287][293] Local children were seen picking up pieces of the wreckage and selling them as souvenirs.[148] In August 2011, Fox News reported that Pakistan had allowed the People’s Republic of China scientists to examine the helicopter’s tail section and were especially interested in its radar-absorbing paint.[294] Pakistan and the PRC denied these claims.[295]

So is it possible that Williams has a piece of history that, he claims, only one other person possesses, the President of the United States?!

I dunno. Sounds doubtful.

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