London: Letters between Osama Bin Laden and his al Qaeda commanders that were a part of a “treasure trove” of material seized during the US special forces raid on Bin Laden’s Abbottabad compound in May 2011 have been revealed for the first time that show updates on plots against the West and its allies.
According to Sky News, the letters were presented during the trial of a Pakistani student Abid Naseer who was accused of planning attacks in Britain.
Prosecutors said that Naseer plotted terror attacks against Manchester as well as New York and Copenhagen.
One of the letters revealed the terror plots against the UK and Russia which directly referred to Naseer, said prosecutors.
One message reflected the terror group’s vitriol against the U.S. that said that they should not stop until they reached the doors of the White House.
Naseer, 28, was extradited to the US in 2013 but has denied being a part of al Qaeda conspiracy.