The bin Laden family carried on their proud tradition of flying jets into things yesterday, aided by their Jordanian pilot. Flying into Hampshire, U.K. from Milan, Italy, the jet reportedly "overshot the runway" and crashed into 15 parked cars.
Nobody on the ground was hurt; the cars were among a number of vehicles parked at the lot pending auction. Osama's step-mother, sister, and the sister's husband were killed, together with the pilot.
Despite the official description of the plane "overshooting the runway", this appears not to have been a random or accidental event; one witness who was at the auction site paying for a car at the time said that the plane "nosedived" straight into the lot.
Witness Daphne Knowles, a retired research scientist at the Ministry of Defence, said she knew immediately "something was wrong".
She said: "The plane looked like a business jet and it was flying too fast and too low to be able to land at Blackbushe Airport.
"It just dived down towards Blackbushe and the next thing I saw was a huge column of thick black smoke.
"At first I thought it was a fighter jet because of the loud noise it was making and also because it was moving at such a high speed.
"It was flying with its engine screaming and very fast – I knew straight away that something wasn't right."
Taken together, it almost appears as though the pilot was on a mission from Allah.