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But a fuller picture may become known in coming months, for the May 2 assault that killed him also netted computer disks which are expected to provide a trove of intelligence on his role.
Definitive answers are not likely to come rapidly.
"Bin Laden didn't intend to simply remain hidden away from the threat of capture. He sought to retain the ability to keep strategic oversight on activities," he told Reuters.
John J. LeBeau, a former CIA senior operations officer, said it was simply too early to say with certainty what bin Laden's role was in his final years. Analysis was a painstaking process. Marshall Centre for Security Studies in Germany.
Among security analysts there has been a widespread belief, based in part on intercepted communications from al Qaida supporters, that bin Laden had chafed at the limitations of his enforced hiding and longed to mount another spectacular attack on the United States.
the creation of allies around the world that operated tactically without him.
basis, that jury is out."
In its Foresight 2011 publication, London based Exclusive Analysis notes occasions when an affiliate adopted a new target before core al Qaida endorsed it.
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Al Qaida documents captured in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden will give Western intelligence a clearer idea of the threat he posed, and may help settle the latest bad tempered spat between Washington and Islamabad. official that bin Laden's Abbottabad compound was an "active command and control centre" for al Qaida. One senior Pakistan security official dismissed that as nonsense.
The probe may also uncover the existence of attack plots underway, and show the extent of bin Laden's relationships with militant groups inside Pakistan that are presumed to have given sanctuary at some point to the global militant figurehead.
The investigation into this material has urgent importance because the process of tracing bin Laden's links to his colleagues may give clues to their whereabouts and so help Western efforts to capture or kill them.
Partly as a result, security experts have tended to react cautiously to categorical sounding statements about bin Laden in the wake of the raid. Changes to the American account of the attack have only served to deepen such reservations.
Henry Wilkinson, a senior analyst at London based Janusian risk advisory group, said the practice of swearing loyalty to Osama bin Laden appeared to obviate, to a degree, the need for a hierarchy that would hand orders down a chain of command.
Pakistani investigators are cultivating their own new sources of information about bin Laden by questioning the people, including one of his wives, held in the raid.
How exactly the network functions remains a puzzle.
DOUBTS ABOUT BIN LADEN ROLE
A key unknown is how frequently, if at all, bin Laden was in contact with the head of the core leadership's external operations, variously reported to be Adnan al Shukrijumah, a Saudi born Guyanese in his 30s, Saif al Adel, an Egyptian al Qaida veteran, or the Pakistani militant Ilyas Kashmiri.
AL QAIDA'S WORKINGS REMAIN A PUZZLE
Pakistan's view of bin Laden as an out of touch figurehead seems to chime with videos seized at his hideout which show a forlorn figure surfing satellite television, seemingly to check if he still makes the news.
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Western intelligence about al Qaida's senior leadership has been thin and fragmentary for much of the period since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, and this is especially true of cells working on operations, the most compartmentalized part of the group.
Intelligence find may reveal bin Laden's true role
The statement was published only after rank and file al Qaida supporters around the world posed questions to forums suggesting al Qaida should open hostilities against China.
to give a fuller picture of core al Qaida's way of working with these allies, today found in the Gulf, North Africa, East Africa and the Middle East.
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