Government releases documents found in Bin Laden’s compound

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ABBOTTABAD, PAKISTAN - Four years after Osama Bin Laden was killed, we're finding out more about his secrets. The U.S. government released Bin Laden's so-called "book shelf" which includes personal letters and public U.S. documents taken by navy seals from his compound in Pakistan.

Bin Laden apparently had online books in English like "Obama's Wars" and "Bloodlines of the Illuminati." Perhaps most shocking of all, all while he was plotting to kill, he was sending love letters to one of his wives.

The documents also show that Bin Laden was obsessed with attacking Americans. Aside from being a love-struck, mass murderer, he was also paranoid. Bin laden feared the Iranian government would place tracking devices on his family.

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