Villa in Abbottabad (Pakistan) where bin Laden lived at least five years when he was killed by an American commando unit in May 2011, was demolished.Demolition started Saturday's three-story building took less than two days without interruption. "Demolition is complete, three-story building was demolished," said an official of the Pakistani security forces.Monday morning, only protective fence with four feet high was demolished."We were ordered to remain on site until further directives. Wall will remain intact for now. Next step is to remove debris," according to the official.Villa located near Abbottabad (North West)
and a few hundred meters from the most important military academy in Pakistan, was demolished before the first anniversary of U.S. raid of May 2, 2011.This operation has humiliated the army and secret American Pakistani government, the country supporting and territorial sovereignty. Location villa was another topic that has demonstrated incompetence or complicity with Islamists Pakistani army, although the most important institution in this country officially allied with the U.S. in 2001."Nothing was found inside. Everything was taken by investigators," the officer said security forces sent to the site.About 500 policemen were present to form a security cordon around the house.Bin Laden lived in this house with his three wives and nine children among them for his grandchildren.His body was thrown into the sea, to prevent supporters are not drawn from any of the organizer grave attack of September 11, 2001, the United States.
The last home of bin Laden attracted hundreds of visitors, officials fearing that it could become a tourist attraction.Pakistani authorities have made no statement about why the building was demolished.