Washington: Almost six years after the death of the world's most wanted terrorist and the founder of al-Qaeda Osama Bin Laden, documents declassified have revealed that his fourth wife had a tracking chip in her tooth. The revelation comes as part of a set of documents declassified by the US Intelligence agencies.
According to the documents, Laden wrote in a letter in worrying words to his wife living in Iran and warned her to remove tracking device from her teeth before she visited him in case Iranian inserted a tracking device. The size of the chip was almost equal to the length of a grain of wheat and the width of a fine piece of vermicelli, read the revealed documents.
The documents also contain a collection of Osama's letters, books and video games found in his compound offering new insights into the thinking of the world's most wanted man.
In a letter written in 2010, he wrote, "Here we are in the tenth year of the war, and America and its allies are still chasing a mirage, lost at sea without a beach."
"America appears to be hanging on by a thin thread," he wrote. "We need to be patient a bit longer. With patience, there is victory!"
The terrorist who had a $27 million bounty on his head also wrote to his father in 2008. "If I am to be killed pray for me a lot and give continuous charities in my name, as I will be in great need for support to reach the permanent home," he said.
The documents declassified from his hideout indicates that Osama was single minded. His focus was to kill and fight with American people and their representatives.
Bin Laden's letter recovered from his hideout in his own hand-writing reveal a network run like a business with an online job application asking for spying qualities following questions like:
- Any hobbies or pastimes?
- Do you know any workers or experts in Chemistry, communications or any other fields?
- Do you wish to execute a suicide operation?
- Who should be contact in case you become a martyr?
The letter ended with this instruction: "Please destroy this letter after reading it."