Officials are still reviewing the footage from all 25 Navy Seal helmet cameras that recorded the 40-minute raid on bin Laden's compound, and have released new details on the videos. Bin Laden was wearing a white undershirt and tan robe when the SEALS took aim at the terror leader on the main house's third-floor landing, before he fled into his bedroom. The first SEAL followed him and pushed bin Laden's daughters out of harm's way. Then a second entered and was met by bin Laden's wife, who either tried to shield her husband from his attacker or was pushed toward him. The second SEAL pushed her aside and shot bin Laden in the chest, and a third SEAL shot him in the head. Other information has been released from the al Qaeda leader's diary—he apparently wrote that his couriers need not focus on attacking the vice president of the United States because he's "not important," and that Obama was their main target.