Newly Declassified Documents Portray a Paranoid bin Laden

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It's been five years since Navy Seals killed Osama bin Laden. Now intelligence officials are releasing thousands of pages of documents discovered in his Pakistani hideout.

In his final days, the al Qaeda leader had many fears… about unmanned drones killing his lieutenants, about his sources of financial support — and about his wife's Iranian dentist. That's according to documents found in his hideout and now declassified by US intelligence agencies. Greg Miller is a Pulitzer-prize winning reporter for the Washington Post.




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