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Pakistan / Bin Laden Killing #997712

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 09, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Islamabad: Peter Alexander) The friction between Pakistan and the US over the killing of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and the outing of a CIA operative featured; details given of Pakistan’s agreement to share information gathered from the interrogation of his wives; video shown of bin Laden watching himself on TV and stumbling through speeches. [Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf GILANI††- defends the ISI and Pakistan’s armed forces.] [From “60 Minutes” on CBS, President OBAMA – says there had to be a support network for bin Laden inside Pakistan.] [NBC terrorism analyst Roger CRESSEY†- says we need Pakistan’s cooperation.] Gilani’s announcement that bin Laden’s compound will be demolished noted.

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter

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