Bin Laden Hideout
February 28, 2012 by staff
Bin Laden Hideout, Senior officials in Pakistani military intelligence knew of Osama bin Laden’s whereabouts and arrangements for his safe house – that’s the implication of confidential Stratfor files disclosed by WikiLeaks. Pakistan has dismissed the allegations.
The leaked information from the rent-a-spy agency published on the WikiLeaks website on Monday shows that Osama bin Laden was in routine contact with several senior figures from Pakistan’s military intelligence agency.
“Mid to senior level ISI [[Inter-Services Intelligence]] and Pak Mil [[Pakistani military]] with one retired Pak Mil General that had knowledge of the OBL [[Osama bin Laden]] arrangements and safe house,” wrote Fred Burton, Stratfor’s vice president of intelligence, in an email.
As with similar claims made by the US after the al-Qaeda chief was killed by US special forces in Abbottabad, Pakistani officials denied the accusations. “They are nonsense and not credible,” a spokesman for Pakistan’s General Athar Abbas told Al Arabiya.
The letter to Kamran Bokhari, Stratfor’s regional director for the Middle East and South Asia, was written on May 13, soon after the killing of the al-Qaeda chief by US commandos in a secret operation on May 2 last year in the Pakistani city of Abbottabad.
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