Proof is in the Hard Drives: Bin Laden's Terror Tech

Friday, May 06, 2011

Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan (Courtesy of Department of Defense)

After poring over documents and hard drives taken out of the compound in Abbottabad where bin Laden was killed, intelligence analysts have surmised that the al-Qaida leader was consistently in touch with the terrorist network he helped create, and still intimately involved in plotting more attacks. A story in The New York Times details the data found and C.I.A. surveillance conducted before the mission to take out bin Laden was completed. We're joined by Scott Shane, a New York Times reporter who worked on the story. 

Guests:

Scott Shane

Produced by:

Arwa Gunja

Comments [1]

Alveo

Highly energetic article, I enjoyed that bit. Will there be a part
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Mar. 07 2013 09:44 AM

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