Yesterday, the Central Intelligence Agency (the CIA for short, if you’re into the whole brevity thing) released nearly 470,000 additional files recovered in May 2011 raid on Usama Bin Ladin’s compound.
Bin Laden, who was on the run for about a decade until the time of his death, infamously lived in various places, including caves, while hiding from the justice of the United States. But even piece of shit terrorists like Bin Laden get bored like the rest of us, meaning he had to pass his time somehow.
Now, thanks to the notion of transparency, we know what Bin Laden used to keep himself entertained, including, but not limited to: the YouTube classic “Charlie bit my finger”, Ice Age (?), Cars (??), Chicken Little (???) and Resident Evil.
Am I surprised that Bin Laden had the same interests as a 12-year-old (porn, stupid viral videos, Pixar movies)? Not in the slightest. Osama Bin Laden was a mental midget and his taste in leisurely materials only affirms that.
With today’s release, the information remaining in the Abbottabad collection that has not been released publicly includes materials that are sensitive such that their release would directly damage efforts to keep the nation secure; materials protected by copyright; pornography; malware; and blank, corrupted and duplicate files. For example, some of the material being withheld from public release are the following copyrighted videos:
Batman Gotham Knight
BBC Great Wildlife Moments
Biography – Osama bin Laden
CNN Presents: World’s Most Wanted
Final Fantasy VII
Heroes of Tomorrow
Home on the Range
Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
In the Footsteps of bin Laden – CNN
National Geographic: Kung Fu Killers
National Geographic: Inside the Green Berets
National Geographic: Predators at War
National Geographic: World’s Worst Venom
Storm Rider – Clash of the Evils
The Kremlin from Inside
The Story of India
The Three Musketeers
Where in the World is Osama bin Laden
Hopefully, in Hell, Bin Laden is forced to watch Gigli on repeat for eternity.