New Delhi, Nov 2: American secret agency, CIA has declassified 4, 70,000 files related to former al Qaeda chief, Osama bin Laden on the direction of the United States President Donald Trump. Most of the documents are pertaining to his terror activities; however, some files have revealed an interesting side of the dreaded terrorist who was killed by US Navy Seals in 2011 in Pakistan. The terror boss had Hollywood movies, viral videos and cartoon films on his laptop recovered after he was killed in the unilateral and covert operation at his hideout in Abbottabad. Also Read - Was Pakistan Military Helping Osama? Obama Gives Blow-by-blow Account of Abbottabad Raid

A report said that the CIA files revealed that Osama bin Laden, who orchestrated 9/11 attack in New York, seemed to be a fan of popular cartoon characters ‘Tom and Jerry’ as many saved videos were found on his laptop. He also had movies of Hollywood star Jackie Chan on the computer. The famous viral video ‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ was also there. Also Read - Only Trump Can Save America From Another 9/11 Attack, Says Osama Bin Laden's Niece

However, the CIA decided not to release his trove of pornographic videos and other videos that could infringe the copyright laws in the United States. Also Read - Imran Khan Faces Flak For Calling Osama Bin Laden ‘Martyr’ in Parliament

Business Insider reported that a lot of video content for children were found on the device. There were some songs designed to teach English to children. This suggests that he might be educating his children at his hideout in Pakistan’s north-western town.

Apart from the Jackie Chan movies, he also had family movies like ‘Cars’ and ‘Chicken Little’.

Meanwhile, he also closely followed Mumbai terror attack accused David Headley’s trial. The laptop seized by the United States Navy Seals after killing Laden in 2011 at Pakistan’s Abbottabad had saved links of news articles of various Indian publications.