The American arrested in Pakistan who was allegedly on a abandoned mission to coursing bottomward Osama bin Laden told badge he was absorbed on avenging the victims of the 9/11 alarm attacks. Colorado badge said Gary Brooks Faulkner, a architecture artisan who lived in Greeley, Colo., was arrested attempting to cantankerous into Afghanistan in the aerial arena of arctic Pakistan. He was armed with a pistol, sword, night eyes goggles, a map and was reportedly accustomed Christian literature.Police arrested Faulkner, 51, in a auberge abreast the Afghanistan border. Badge said that back he was arrested, Faulkner claimed he was activity to avenge the victims of the 9/11 agitation attacks. Faulkner's ancestors is afraid about his bloom now that he is in custody. Faulkner suffers from a branch ache that requires dialysis, Martin told ABC News. Martin said the ancestors alleged the U.S. State Department to active them to Faulkner's action "to see if they could maybe baffle and accomplish abiding he at atomic lives through this.Osama bin Laden has evaded one of the better all-embracing manhunts in history and charcoal on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted list.