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Wednesday, 13 September 2017 11:14

The world will never see Osama bin Laden’s huge stash of porn

Written by  The Sun

CIA chiefs are keeping a huge stash of porn owned by evil former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden under wraps.

A trove of intelligence gathered from the 2011 US commando raid that killed the 9/11 mastermind is set to be released — with the exception of the illicit material.

CIA chiefs are keeping a huge stash of porn owned by evil former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden under wraps.

A trove of intelligence gathered from the 2011 US commando raid that killed the 9/11 mastermind is set to be released — with the exception of the illicit material.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said that files retrieved by Navy SEALs from the terror leader’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, will be made public within weeks.

The cache of millions of electronic documents includes personal letters, plans for al Qaeda operations and Islamist scholarship.

“Once we are sure that there’s not classified material and that there’s not things that we can’t release, I want to make sure the world gets to see them so that we can have lots of hands touching them and making good judgments about how to make sure that we don’t have a 9/11, that we don’t have this kind of risk again,” Pompeo told Fox News.

But being kept from public view is bin Laden’s extensive pornography collection.

“There’s some pornography, there’s some copyrighted material,” he added.

“Everything other than those items will be released in the weeks ahead.”

Bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, after the US raid.AP

The intelligence agency has rejected requests to release information on bin Laden’s porn, with officials only confirming that it is “modern” in nature.

Website BroBible was told in 2015 that the CIA was prohibited by federal law “from mailing obscene matter.”

AP

Jeffrey Anchukaitis, the lawyer for then-director of national intelligence James Clapper, said: “We are not going to release these materials due to the nature of their contents.”

Authorities have been criticized for failing to make public evidence and intelligence gathered from the raid.

Evidence taken from the compound is reported to include 10 mobile phones, up to a dozen computers, around 100 disks and USB sticks, weapons and documents.

A senior Pentagon official described it as “the single largest collection of senior terrorist materials ever.”

During the wide-ranging interview to mark 16 years since the 9/11 attack that killed over 3,000 people, Pompeo also warned warped al Qaeda followers to “count their days.”

And he said there is an ongoing effort to find bin Laden’s son Hamza — who is being groomed to take control of the terror group — among other leaders.

“My team, even as we sit here, is working diligently to find them and bring them to justice,” he said.


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