"There's some pornography, there's some copyrighted material. Everything other than those items will be released in the weeks ahead," CIA Director Mike Pompeo told Fox News' Bret Baier Monday.
"Once we are sure that there's not classified material and there's not things that we can't release," the director said. "I want to make sure the world gets to see them so that we can have lots of hands touching them and making good judgements about how to make sure that we don't have a 9/11, that we don't have this kind of risk again."
However, this isn't the first mention of Bin Laden's personal porn stash. In fact, back in 2015, BroBible, a men's interest publication focusing on all things "bro culture," filed a Freedom of Information Act request to get their hands on the once-wanted man's collection.
"We are adults. We can handle it," David Covucci of the outlet wrote in his FOIA request. "We would like to know what kind of porn the world's most wanted man jerked it to."
To no real surprise, the FOIA request was denied.
Aside from the risque material, US forces also obtained a variety of documents ranging from al-Qaeda's operations to family letters during the 2011 raid on Bin Laden's Abbottabad compound.