In June, American Gary Faulkner, 51, was arrested in northern Pakistan in an area known for housing Taliban and al-Qaeda, according to Time Magazine. He was searching for Osama bin Laden while armed with a sword, pistol and night-vision goggles. At the time of his arrest, he claimed to have traveled to Pakistan multiple times to hunt bin Laden. An article from ABC News quotes a Pakistani official as saying, "We initially laughed when he told us he wanted to kill Osama bin Laden."
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