A Breakdown of the Takedown: Bin Laden's Last Hour, Mapped

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Osama Bin Laden

Ever since it was announced late Sunday night that Osama Bin Laden had been killed earlier that day by a team of Navy SEALs, millions of tweets have been sent, thousands of Facebook comments left and tens of thousands of articles published. It's hard to sort through all of the details that continue to pour out about this story. Namesake pulled together all of the information currently available to build this infographic, which clearly explains Bin Laden's last hour in his Abbottabad, Pakistan, compound.

The infographic is complex; click on it to enlarge so that you can dig into the details.

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