Saturday, May 14, 2011

U.S. Agents interrogate the widows of Bin Laden

Washington. .- The Pakistan security forces allowed U.S. agents to interrogate the widows of terrorist leader Osama Bin Laden, according to the White House confirmed today. The first interrogation of the three widows yielded little information, CNN quoted the statements of two U.S. and Pakistani officials involved in the case.

The White House spokesman, Jay Carney, confirmed the meeting but gave no details of the meeting: "The U.S. government has agreed to the wives of Osama bin Laden. I do not have any information to you about it," said at a news conference. I can only say that "obviously we had access and appreciate the cooperation we received from the Pakistani government," said Carney at a time when Pakistani officials say the U.S.

CIA violated the agreement that both countries jointly to attack Bin Laden if they arise opportunity. The interrogations were widows in the presence of members of Pakistan's intelligence service. In the words of CNN, in meeting women were hostile to U.S. personnel. Bin Laden was liquidated on May 2 by a U.S.

special unit. The fact that the leader may have to be living in Pakistani territory have led to tension in relations between the U.S. and Pakistan, where authorities at first had refused to allow access to the widows of the leader. Two of the women are from Saudi Arabia and the third is from Yemen.

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