On 05-Nov-2017 In People & Politics
In May 2011, CIA released over 4,70,000 files which they recovered during the raid in which al-Qaeda leader, Osama bin Laden was killed. CIA Director, Mike Pompeo had said, "This massive trove of documents are released to enhance public understanding of al-Qaeda and its former leader, bin Laden."On November 2, 2017, CIA yet again released more files comprising of videos, audios, and letters which they recovered from the [then] most wanted criminal on FBI's list, Laden. Pompeo said, "We [CIA] will continue to share such information with the world time to time, keeping the national security in mind."In the recent release, it turns out that Osama Bin Laden used to binge watch anime-films and played a lot of famous computer games.Have a look!
CIA found a lot of famous pop culture viral videos and memes on al-Qaeda leader's laptop, probably his stress busters.
This collection is the fourth publically released installment of Osama bin Laden since May 2015.
There are a lot of things which are still not released, as they could be harmful to national security, contain pornography, or copyrighted material, reads CIA statement.
The CIA officials found Resident Evil game installed on bin Laden's laptop. The most exciting thing is yet to come, see below.
In the year 2003, BBC had released a documentary film Great Wildlife Moments by David Attenborough. CIA officials also recovered its DVD from the walled area where bin Laden used to hide.
Amazingly, Osama bin Laden also watched Morgan Spurlock's film 'Where in the World is Osama bin Laden.'
CIA has said that it'll continue to seek opportunities to share all the information with American people.
It's a 2008 murder mystery short film. Do you know who was bin Laden's favorite superhero?
CIA officials in their public release claimed that bin Laden was a Batman fan.