Even when he's dead, Osama bin Laden is still the world's most wanted man - or at least, he is to Bill Warren, who is determined to find out once and for all if the terrorist is really dead.
Warren, a treasure hunter and explorer says "the purpose of the excursion is to try to find out if [Osama] is really dead and to provide the world truth that he is... We do this because we are patriotic Americans and feel that President Obama failed to provide the proof. I do not trust my government or Obama."
The underwater search will take place in the North Arabian sea, where a U.S. Navy ship alledgedly dumped bin Laden's body, back in May.
"We intend to locate/recover his body and photograph and video tape him, then do a DNA test on the ship." Warren explains. He tells us he's planning to use several boats and top of the line technology to perform the search, and he's planning to take a film crew along with him to document every minute of the trip.
The operation is expected to cost hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Osama Bin Laden, the man behind the 9/11 terrorist attacks, was killed in Pakistan on May 1st, 2011, and his body was quickly dumped in the sea, as the government knew it would be hard to find a country willing to adopt the body of the terrible man.
More information on the excursion will be published as it becomes available.