Here's how Osama bin Laden wanted his millions spent after his death

The Director of National Intelligence declassified 113 documents on Tuesday that were seized from Osama bin Laden’s Abbottabad complex.

Among the documents is bin Laden’s will, which specifies how he would like for his approximately $29 million stashed in Sudan to be used. Unsurprisingly, aside from giving some money to trusted friends, advisors, and family members, bin Laden wanted the money used to continue operations in Sudan.

“I hope, for my brothers, sisters, and maternal aunts, to obey my will and spend all the money that I have left in Sudan on Jihad,” bin Laden wrote.

The following undated document is part of a second batch of files from the Abbottabad complex that have been translated and released by the US. The first batch was released in May 2015.

You can read bin Laden’s entire will below:

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