American authorities hope to blow Bin Ladens terror network wide open after retrieving the electronic equipment from his compound in Sundays deadly raid. US officials said the equipment seized in the lightning raid in which Bin Laden was killed could yield the motherload of intelligence. The find came after US officials claimed one of Osama bin Ladens most trusted couriers - a Kuwaiti-born man named Sheikh Abu Ahmed - led US forces to the terror-masterminds lair. Anti-terror chiefs hope they will be able to access data which will offer up clues to the inner workings and main players of Ladens network. White House counter-terrorism adviser John Brennan confirmed analysts are in the process of reviewing the materials they obtained on site, to determine the next step.