Friday, May 13, 2011

In pornographic videos »Bin Laden's lair

The U.S. special forces who killed Osama bin Laden in the early hours of May 2 were seized, among other things, an abundance of pornographic material at his home in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad, as reported by sources Friday U.S. officials. The material, according to these sources, is recorded videos.

What is unknown is where in the house were found who saw the tapes or their content. Nor is it known whether bin Laden bought or if he saw them. With the leader of Al Qaeda, the command of Navy Seals who raided the home killed four people and left handcuffed to at least 16. According to the account given by the White House after the military operation, several families lived in the same building, so that the information given so far, it could not directly link pornographic videos with bin Laden.

In the house there was no connection to the Internet or landline, and it is unknown how they acquired their tenants the pornographic material. Last weekend, the Pentagon released five videos home also found in the house and starring the former number one enemy of the U.S.. Four of the videos contained the terrorist action in front of the camera, while a fifth naturally showed him sitting in front of a TV watching recordings related to the terrorist network.

The U.S. command also found in the house several memory sticks that he believes Washington is used to transmit electronic messages addressed to or issued by Bin Laden through his trusted messengers.

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