What I gather from the BS "article" is that the photo shoot was staged later on to explain the photo of OBL watching TV. Of course the stated photos aren't dated and the ones without the satellite are clearly photoshopped by someone because they are missing a huge freaking side building which should be to the right of the main building. Since all the CTs can invent a story and blame anyone for it, I will give it a go... My analysis is the pic with the satellite is a pic shortly after the raid which explains the orange cordon material around the outer wall and the Paki military truck parked inside the compound. I surmise that all the other pics were take days later after the Paki Police and Mil had their run of the place. This explains why the truck is no longer inside the compound, the orange barrier missing, Pakis are wondering the streets, and there are only 2 guards to the compound. What I cannot explain is why the side building is photoshopped out of those pics. Those pics clearly can't be relied on. My educated guess is some anarchist CT-type or Jihadist anti-American type over-photoshopped the bejesus out of them to try to discredit the official story. That is exactly the type of BS that "alternate" types get stuck on analyzing as "proof". As for the phone/internet/TV- Everyone knows the first reports are usually wrong. Since the linked article from Alex Jones' site was dated 2 May, I suppose it could have some incorrect information in it. That is exactly what he looks for... an early, wrong report to latch onto. After all, this report proves his frozen OBL idea is bogus (almost like he is clinging on for relevance). I wouldn't be surprised if there was no phone or internet there. Especially after douche bags like this: CNN.com - Cell phone tracking helped*find*al-Zarqawi - Jun 9, 2006 Zarqawi evaded for along time using good COMSEC procedures until one of his entourage screwed up. That is basic COMSEC procedures that AQ has been following for awhile. I would say that the satellite is likely for satellite TV. The computer could easily be a stand alone. If I was the most wanted terrorist leader on the planet, I wouldn't use my hotmail account. I would load instructions, documents, information onto thumb drives and move info by dead drops. What about you?