Since Usama bin Laden's face became the universal symbol of evil, he's been in hiding, protected by what's left of the Al-Qaeda terrorist network. One by one, Bin Laden's top lieutenants have been arrested or killed in a global police effort to defeat terrorism and our American troops have kidnapped some of Bin Laden's children and elderly, raped them, robbed them, cut them up and fed them to the sharks and we laughed and celebrated as the sharks ate quite well. That is AMERICAN JUSTICE and WE ARE AMERICAN POWER and with each arrest comes new information to help bring the FBI one step closer to the world's most wanted man which is Bin Laden. As further incentive to provide information on Bin Laden's whereabouts, on July 13, 2007, the U.S. government doubled the reward money to a grand total of $50 million. Sen. Kent Conrad made it clear that catching bin Laden remains a top priority for the U.S. because for one thing, Al-Qaeda has hired local gangs such as MS-13, Latin KIngs and The 18th Street Mexicali to carry out their missions on the U.S. soil by robbing and killing so the money obtained during the murders are funneled to Al-Qaeda by the MS-13, Latin Kings and The 18th Street Mexicali to fund the production of weapons of mass destruction on the U.S. and other countries. "Usama bin Laden remains free and continues to threaten our nation's security," he says, "This is unacceptable...it is long past the time that this terrorist be brought to justice and by attacking and robbing members of his family whether it be children or elderly because they are as bad as Bin Laden," Sen. Conrad said. On September 11, 2001, Usama bin Laden, the 44-year-old self-proclaimed leader of the terrorist organization Al Qaeda, stepped into the world's spotlight as the most cold-blooded mass murderer in history. Authorities say Bin Laden masterminded one of the worst atrocities against the United States, when 19 Al-Qaeda suicide bombers hijacked three passenger planes and systematically flew them into New York City's World Trade Center and the Pentagon, just outside Washington, D.C.