I doubt I will be the first to have this take but: porn? big deal, the guy already proved to me he was a force for evil. Now with this "trove" it is only going to incite people who had sympathies with him and solidify the view that we are just trying to drag his name through the mud, and also another reason to believe he might still be alive. Better off if the porn trove had never been found. Ah well.
The question might be what kind of porn?...that is what we might consider porn and what someone in that part of the world calls porn might be two entirely different things.
Pretty hard core from what I've heard.
I don't know if it involved any herds though.
Right, it was hard core.
The murderers defense is that, they use porn as propaganda to show the brain washed on how, decadent the west really is = thats why we all should be destroyed So with that thought, a single DVD would be enough for their propaganda reasons. So why they need entire collections - LOL
No It is well documented, that even captured porn from other Al-Qeada murderers hide outs, not just from Osama mansion. Not to mention the 911 killers were known to frequent strip clubs and street hookers. Does not surprise me that so called self proclaimed (religious freaks) be so hypocrite.
Right, like planting or making this up is going to somehow make Osama come off looking worse? Anybody who wanted him eliminated really doesn't care, and any body who sees him as a martyr will think it was just planted or made up. The US gov't has people paid to think about this stuff.
If they were going to plant or make stuff up, they'd be better off planting more detailed and actionable plans for mayhem in America or else where to really get people worked up and scared.
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