The document is a letter written to Osama bin Laden in March 2010 by a senior operational figure in the terror group.
New al Qaeda Document Sheds Light On Europe, U.S. Attack Plans -- CNN
(CNN) -- A previously secret document found at Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan sets out a detailed al Qaeda strategy for attacking targets in Europe and the United States.
The document -- a letter written to bin Laden in March 2010 by a senior operational figure in the terror group -- reveals that tunnels, bridges, dams, undersea pipelines and internet cables were among the targets.
It was written by Younis al-Mauretani, a senior al Qaeda planner thought to have been behind an ambitious plan to hit "soft" targets in Europe in the fall of 2010.
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My Comment: Much of the 'treasure trove' that was taken from Bin Laden's Pakistan compound on the night that he was killed is still classified .... so this 17 pade letter is a surprise My bet is that there is still a considerable amount of intelligence in those files that is still useful and is probably being used in a few counter terrorism and intelligence ops today.