It’s impossible to know whether Osama bin Laden, sequestered in his Abbottabad hideout in Pakistan, ever turned on the DVD player and popped in a documentary he could instantly fact-check: “Where in the World Is Osama bin Laden?”
Bin Laden’s video-viewing habits were highlighted Wednesday by the CIA, which released a trove of documents and media six years after the raid that killed the mastermind of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. But for every insight from the release, there are dozens of head-scratchers, starting with bin Laden’s movie collection.
The man once listed as No. 1 on the FBI’s most-wanted list had collected the kid movies “Antz,” “Chicken Little” and “Cars.” In addition to the more serious documentary on the international terrorist, there were BBC and National Geographic documentaries, including “World’s Worst Venom,” “Inside the Green Berets” and “Kung Fu Killers.”
According to the CIA, there were also documents and videos that give