America’s most horrifying home videos: New details pertaining to the U.S. raid on Osama bin Laden are emerging from officials who have seen a complete recording of the attack. The Navy SEAL team that went to Pakistan wore tiny cameras on their helmets, recording the entire ordeal from every angle. No one in the Abbottabad compound’s main building got a shot in, the tapes show, though some had weapons nearby. The SEALs first got a glimpse of bin Laden on a third-floor landing, but he escaped their gunshots and retreated into a bedroom. The first SEAL to follow him into the room cleared bin Laden's daughters from harm’s way before two gunshots killed the al Qaeda chief. The team then swept through the house gathering intel with garbage bags. The operation lasted 40 minutes.