Documents recovered from Osama Bin Laden's compound in Pakistan have revealed his torment at the hands of cyber bullies during his final years. The former Al Qaeda leader was said to have become so paranoid because of the cruel remarks that he lived as a virtual recluse.
"13th October 2001 - My joy at getting WiFi set up in my new cave was somewhat tainted by some very unfriendly remarks sent to my private email by an anonymous sender in America. Have forwarded to Hotmail's abuse department."
"16th March 2005 - Yet another death threat. I know everyone says they're only words and I should try and ignore them, but they still hurt. Why do people feel the need to do this? Does it give them some kind of perverse satisfaction? I honestly don't understand."
"21st November 2009 - Made the great mistake of registering under my real name on 'Call of Duty - Modern Warfare 2', and of course EVERYONE starts immediately ganging up on me, even members of my own team."
"11th January 2011 - A jihadist on Facebook liked my profile photo, then five minutes later removed the like. But not before I saw what he did. Was it an accident or did he really change his mind about me?"
"2nd May 2011 - Yet again, more hateful emails to read through. I'm not sure if I'll reply to any of them now, it's so hard to concentrate with those DAMN HELICOPTERS hovering nearby."