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Doctor in Bin Laden Raid Talks

The doctor who helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden in Pakistan told Fox News on Monday that Pakistan’s claim that it is helping the U.S. is a sham to get billions of dollars in American aid—and Pakistan’s spy agency regards the U.S. as its “worst enemy.” In an interview with Fox News, Shakil Afridi said Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence helped fund the Haqqani network, a terrorist group funded by the Taliban, and that the agency works against the CIA. Afridi said he is being tortured while at the hands of the ISI. Afridi is serving out a 33-year sentence for treason—a charge he says was created by the ISI out of revenge for his involvement in the bin Laden raid.

September 11, 2012 6:42 AM