The United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officials have said the porn collection of former Al-Qaeda network leader Osama bin Laden will not be released to the public.
The CIA director Mike Pompeo has told the media in US that the files containing explicit material will not see the light of the day.
He said documents recovered from the residence of bin Laden will be released in the coming weeks but some materials containing pornography and some copyright materials will not be released.
This comes as numerous pleas and lawsuits have been filed asking the US government to publicize the materials recovered from the house of the ex-Al-Qaeda leader.
The Freedom of Information Act, enacted in 1966, essentially allows any US citizen to petition the government for official information.
Bin Laden was reportedly cut off from al-Qaeda at the time of his killing and was not running the terrorist group.
In an article for the London Review of Books, Pulitzer prize-winning journalist Seymour Heresh, wrote earlier in May in 2015 that Pakistanis had been essentially holding bin Laden captive at the Abbottabad compound for years and his location was disclosed by a Pakistani intelligence official who tipped off American operatives hoping to claim the $25million bounty on the terror leader - not from interrogation of an al-Qaeda courier.
He was shot dead during a raid conducted by US commandos in May 2011 in the garrison city of Abbottabad.