The conservative watchdog group suing President Obama for the release of Osama bin Laden's death materials just gained an unlikely ally: the porn industry press. Last week, the mainstream media had a field day with the news that the Al Qaeda leader had a "stash of pornography" in his Pakistani compound. While that ephemeral news nugget has vanished from the headlines today, XBIZ, the adult entertainment industry's "leading source" for "up-to-the-minute" news, hasn't forgotten about it.

"Will we ever find out the studios, video titles, directors or genres of the films Bid Laden's alleged to have possessed?" pondered XBIZ's Rhett Pardon. "The answer is maybe."

Pardon then excitedly details the lawsuit filed by the conservative group Judicial Watch for "all photographs and/or video" taken from the bin Laden raid. "If the FOIA lawsuit is granted, nearly all information relative to Bid Laden's porn stash, as well as all other details of his compound and belongings, could be released," he writes. Hallelujah! No doubt a strange bedfellow for a conservative group that's made the Obama administrative its prime target since his election in '08. But hey, sometimes transparency really brings the country together.

Update: It looks like XBIZ's prurient interests won't be sated. At least not by Judicial Watch. The group's president Tom Fitton tells the Atlantic Wire "our lawsuit does not cover anything other than photos and video of bin Laden." Fitton adds that Judicial Watch's skepticism of President Obama precedes his election when, in 2006, it awarded Obama "honorable mention" on its list of corrupt politicians. It looks like some other news agency or group will have to file an expanded FOIA request to obtain bin Laden's porn collection.