ABBOTTABAD, Pakistan - The owner of the multi-million dollar compound where Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden was gunned down has taken Bin Laden's infamous video recorder and placed it on eBay.
Multanna Rawalpindi, 51, owner of the compound said that he will use the money he makes from selling the video recorder to pay for the damages to his mansion that occurred when U.S. Navy Seals broke in and shot his guest, one Osama Bin Laden.
Rawalpindi says that he had just purchased brand new Dutch drapes and a very expensive Persian rug for the guest bedroom and now both are completely ruined.
When he asked if the United States was going to pay for the damages to his home, he was given a card which read: President Barack Obama, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington D.C., Telephone - (123) 123-1234 Extension Beverly Hills 90210.
Rawalpindi said that he dialed the number but kept getting a message instructing him to check the number and dial again. He said he will keep trying until someone answers.