CIA to Release a Huge Cache of Classified Osama Bin Laden Files

Hamza bin Laden (center) Osama’s secretive son, who’s never before been photographed as an adult

Intelligence chief says a wide-ranging collection of documents will be made public within weeks!

The massive trove of documents, files, and images which were recovered at Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, during the raid in which bin Laden was killed. The cache of documents, released today for the first time by the CIA, is an amazing stockpile of information that has never before been public.

For the first time, Hamza bin Laden Wedding, Osama’s secretive son, who’s never before been photographed as an adult.

There’s a file with bin Laden’s hand-written, 228-page private journal.

The CIA is releasing hundreds of thousands of documents, images, and computer files recovered during the May 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The newly-available material provides invaluable insights into the terrorist organization that struck America on September 11, 2001.

FDD’s Long War Journal has advocated for the release of bin Laden’s secret cache since 2011, arguing that such transparency would help to better inform the American people, experts, and policymakers. Today’s release goes a long way toward satisfying that goal. We applaud the CIA and Director Mike Pompeo for making this material available to the public. full article

Analysis: CIA releases massive trove of Osama bin Laden’s files

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