Check Out Graphic Video Taken Inside Osama Bin Laden’s Compound

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Gruesome photos of terrorist Osama bin Laden’s luxury compound have been released, along with reports that bin Laden was buried at sea.   Check out the graphic video below.

Al Qaeda mastermind Osama bin Laden had been hiding out at a luxury compound at the end of a long dirt road, where sources claim he was being protected by Pakistani security.

Intelligence officials reveal Bin Laden’s hideout was a huge, high-security compound, which was secured with barbed-wire topped walls.

The huge $1 million dollar compound is located about 90 miles northeast of Islamabad and 1,000 yards away from their military academy.

Sources reveal there were around 22 people living in the compound.

An ABC news reporter gained entry into the compound’s site in Abbotabad, Pakistan where the U.S. Navy SEALs killed the terrorist.

The rooms in the luxury hide-out were ransacked and filled with broken glass and blood-splattered walls and rugs.

Osama bin Laden, one of his sons, two Al Qaeda couriers, and a woman used as a human shield were all killed in the mission.

Many people hesitate to believe that Osama bin Laden has finally been found and killed.   But DNA results of 99.9% have proven the dead man is indeed Osama.   The CIA facial recognition technology also identified Bin Laden’s face with 95% certainty.

Sources also claim one of Bin Laden’s wives called him by name during the raid.

The United States has photographs of Osama bin Laden’s dead body but officials are debating on releasing them to the public.

“There’s no doubt it’s him,” a U.S. official stated.

One argument against releasing the photos of Osama’s dead body is because they are gruesome.   Bin Laden reportedly has a huge head wound above his right eye where he was shot, with brains and blood showing.

Sources have revealed that Osama bin Laden was buried at sea, according to Islamic practice and tradition.

Check out the gruesome video taken inside Bin Laden’s compound:

 

 

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Images: AP/ABC news

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