In August 2010, U.S. intelligence personnel learned the name of Osama bin Laden’s courier, and traced him to bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, where an elite team of Navy SEALs eventually took out the al Qaeda leader. Now, a diplomatic source tells CNN that the courier was none other than Abu Ahmad al-Kuwaiti, who was reportedly close to 9/11 architect Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, also a Kuwaiti. According to detainee assessments from the U.S. Defense Department published by WikiLeaks, there are several mentions of al-Kuwaiti, who is revealed in a document as giving computer training to Maad al-Qathani, a man who was intended to be the “20th hijacker” on 9/11 but failed to make it to the U.S. The documents also say that al-Kuwaiti rose to become bin Laden’s boy Friday. “Al-Kuwaiti was seen in Tora Bora and it is possible al-Kuwaiti was one of the individuals detainee reported accompanying UBL in Tora Bora prior to UBL’s disappearance,” the document states. It’s also revealed that al-Kuwaiti operated a guest house where al Qaeda terrorists hid.