Lifting The Government's Shroud Over the Mission That Killed Osama bin Laden National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 410
Look at the outline of the supposed bin Laden compound in Abbottabad, 2005. Makes no sense. In the middle of a field? I downloaded the Pakistani interview with the lawyer who lived across the street who was on his roof when the helicopters came. Don't forget that this area was a gated compound within Abbottabad where Pakistani military lived and professionals. (Seared from the web within a week of the event. Paul Craig Roberts subsequently got a translation of the interview. I'll try to find it and link to it here, if I can.) This was a neighborhood with houses. This compound in the National Archives file doesn't show that. It looks like Nebraska.
Haven't gone through these docs, and won't tonight. Why would they release them so quickly?