Helmet cams captured bin Laden raid | CBS News Video
Why bin Laden emails went undetected | msnbc.com
Holed up in his walled compound in northeast Pakistan with no phone or Internet capabilities, bin Laden would type a message on his computer without an Internet connection, then save it using a thumb-sized flash drive. He then passed the flash drive to a trusted courier, who would head for a distant Internet cafe.
At that location, the courier would plug the memory drive into a computer, copy bin Laden’s message into an email and send it. Reversing the process, the courier would copy any incoming email to the flash drive and return to the compound, where bin Laden would read his messages offline.
How Osama Bin Laden Changed America | The New Yorker
Bin Laden, as medieval ideologist and global terrorist, had a record of accomplishment that was as vast as it was hideous. He did more to slash the fabric of American life than anyone since the Second World War. His capacity to arouse the fevered imaginations of young fundamentalists led to the murder of thousands of men, women, and children—among them Muslim men, women, and children—in Aden, Mogadishu, Nairobi, Dar es Salaam, Washington, New York, Shanksville, Bali, Madrid, London, Baghdad, Kabul, and Marrakech. He provoked wars. He forced the rise of expensive structures of security and surveillance. He incited a national politics of paranoia and retribution. He did as much as the economic rise of China and India has done to undermine America’s short-lived post-Cold War status as a singular, self-confident, seemingly omnipotent superpower. Bin Laden signed his last will and testament on December 14, 2001, while hiding in the caves of Tora Bora, instructing his children not to work for Al Qaeda: “If it is good, then we have had our share; if it is bad, then it is enough.” Despite all efforts to capture or assassinate him, he survived for a decade, eventually finding greater comfort in a Pakistani hill station.
Osama Bin Laden Dead: SEALs’ Stealth Helicopter [Video] | ABC News
Mission helo was secret stealth Black Hawk | Navy Times
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A Stealthier Helicopter for the Bin Laden Raid | NYTimes.com
Senior Pakistani security officials said Osama bin Laden’s daughter had confirmed her father was captured alive and shot dead by the US Special Forces during the first few minutes of the operation carried out at the huge compound in Bilal Town, Abbottabad.
米軍、生け捕り後に「処刑」？＝ビンラディン容疑者の娘が証言－パキスタン紙 | 時事ドットコム
Obama rejects releasing bin Laden death photo | Al Jazeera English
P050111PS-0210 | Flickr
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, along with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House, May 1, 2011. Seated, from left, are: Brigadier General Marshall B. “Brad” Webb, Assistant Commanding General, Joint Special Operations Command; Deputy National Security Advisor Denis McDonough; Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton; and Secretary of Defense Robert Gates. Standing, from left, are: Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; National Security Advisor Tom Donilon; Chief of Staff Bill Daley; Tony Binken, National Security Advisor to the Vice President; Audrey Tomason Director for Counterterrorism; John Brennan, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism; and Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. Please note: a classified document seen in this photograph has been obscured. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)
米大統領、ビンラディン殺害作戦の映像を見守る | CNN.co.jp
オバマ大統領と閣僚のシチュエーションルーム写真は「Flickrで一番見られた写真」へまっしぐら | TechCrunch Japan
オサマ殺害中継を見守るシチュエーションルームで何が起こったか？：Inside the Situation Room – TIME | Long Tail World
［President Obama on Death of Osama bin Laden | YouTube］
Osama Bin Laden Dead | The White House
Good evening. Tonight, I can report to the American people and to the world that the United States has conducted an operation that killed Osama bin Laden, the leader of al Qaeda, and a terrorist who’s responsible for the murder of thousands of innocent men, women, and children.
[...] And on nights like this one, we can say to those families who have lost loved ones to al Qaeda’s terror: Justice has been done.
We got him! | BostonHerald.com
Osama bin Laden killed in Pakistan | Al Jazeera English
How The Osama Announcement Leaked Out | NYTimes.com
ビンラディン容疑者：殺害、遺体収容…米大統領が緊急演説 | 毎日新聞
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