Data Seized at Bin Laden Compound Likely to Shine Light on Terror Group’s Finances

By Colby Adams

Documents and data seized Sunday by the United States during the military raid that killed Osama Bin Laden will likely give officials insight into how the terror group's financial network operates, say analysts. The operation to kill or capture Bin Laden, a middle child of a wealthy Yemeni businessman who reinvented himself as the face of al-Qaida, netted a "treasure trove" of documents and computer equipment, according to American officials. U.S. Navy Seals seized the data from Bin Laden's compound in Abbotabad, Pakistan, less than a mile from the country's top military academy. That Bin Laden likely lived in the...