The revelation that the al-Qaeda chief had direct contact with his followers – and did not rely solely on messengers – came as a US-led task force urgently trawled captured documents and computer files for terror plots and information about extremists.
British intelligence agents last week joined their US counterparts to sift through the material after repeated references to Britain were found in the haul retrieved from bin Laden’s compound when US commandos killed him this month.
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