Surprising Discoveries at Bin Laden’s Hideaway

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Details of the compound of the Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan are continuing to be unveiled. The Al-Qaeda leader’s personal life therefore becomes clearer. Although there are many mysterious things about personal life of bin Laden, the images of the world’s most wanted man and his family and associates are more and more completed. Beside the Osama’s data of the plans for future terrorist attacks on the United States and his personal diary, there are also other surprising things found in his compound, including a marijuana crop and soft drink such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi which are often associated with the Western commercialism that al Qaeda professed to despise.


A marijuana crop was found in the Al-Qaeda leader’s compound in Pakistan. However, the purpose of growing the weed is still a mystery. Many people thought that bin Laden suffered from kidney failure, so he used this weed as a medicine.


A marijuana crop in the Al-Qaeda leader’s compound in Pakistan

A marijuana crop in the Al-Qaeda leader’s compound in Pakistan


According to some U.S. officials who asked to be unidentified, there are plenty of modern and electrically recorded pornography found in the bin Laden’s hideaway. The U.S Navy SEAL found bin Laden’s personal diary in which the U.S. President Barrack Obama was named as the number one target. Other Osama’s targets included U.S. military leaders such as the defense secretary and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It is interesting that the diary noted the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden as an unimportant target because “that position has less weight”

According to some U.S. officials who asked to be unidentified, there are plenty of modern and electrically recorded pornography found in the bin Laden’s hideaway.


The U.S Navy SEAL found bin Laden’s personal diary in which the U.S. President Barrack Obama was named as the number one target. Other Osama’s targets included U.S. military leaders such as the defense secretary and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. It is interesting that the diary noted the U.S. Vice President Joe Biden as an unimportant target because “that position has less weight.”


U.S. President Barrack Obama was the number one target of Osama bin Laden

U.S. President Barrack Obama was the number one target of Osama bin Laden


Another surprising thing found in the compound is Avena syrup, a botanical product which is often used as natural Viagra to increase sexual desire. It is also used as artificial sweetener for a sour stomach.


The discovery of this “wild oats” has raised the wonders whether bin Laden and his associates used it to boost their libidos or not.

The discovery of this “wild oats” has raised the wonders whether bin Laden and his associates used it to boost their libidos or not.


There is no Internet access in this compound, so bin Laden would communicate with his associates by typing up email messages and save them to a USB thumb drive before giving it to a trusted courier who would drive it to far-off Internet cafes and return with incoming e-mail.


Many USB sticks were found in the compound

Many USB sticks were found in the compound


It is interesting that Bin Laden may have hated the United States, but he couldn’t stop using Coca-Cola and Pepsi which are often associated with the Western commercialism that he professed to despise

It is interesting that Bin Laden may have hated the United States, but he couldn’t stop using Coca-Cola and Pepsi which are often associated with the Western commercialism that he professed to despise

 

 

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This article was published on 2011/05/17
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