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More questions arise surrounding Osama bin Laden's death

By WKTV News

ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan (AP) - Osama bin Laden may not have been living in the lap of luxury inside his 3,000 square foot house in an upscale neighborhood in Pakistan.

The house has been described as a mansion with luxury vehicles
parked outside. But the walls are stained with mold and the windows
are hidden.

Some three dozen people, including 23 children, shared the
three-story house surrounded by walls as high as 18 feet topped
with barbed wire. Neighbors say the people inside rarely strayed
outside, but two men could be seen routinely running errands.

Locals say the house was built about seven years ago. People
initially were curious about the heavily fortified compound, but
over time they just grew to believe the family inside was deeply
religious and conservative.

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