If you zoom back a little, you immediately notice a couple of problems. First, it's a pretty urban area with four lane and two lane roads nearby. The description of the area says it was on the edge of town. Maybe they were there just to mark Abbottabad, Pakistan. Nice area for a walk to the market.
Congratulations to all who participated in a well planned event. Not so much congratulations to the politicos that try to put a spin on actual events. Already our government officials are having to backtrack on their carefully planned misinformation; "he was armed" "he wasn't armed," "he shielded himself with a woman" "he didn't shield himself," "he resisted" "he appeared to be resisting," The attack was good enough by itself. But the American public, must hear what they want to hear. Remember, these politicos have misinformation built into their psyche. They just can't tell what happened without trying to relate something in a way to make it more palatable to the public. I do recognize that they have many different cultures to satisfy, so things are massaged. With the speed and quantity of information available today, one would think someday a government official would "tell it like it is."
Instead of spending trillions to catch and kill bin Laden, give all Americans a high tech computer with access to satellite imagery and face recognition software, and let the whole country track down these low brow idiots.