It’s a long read but an interesting one. Seymour M. Hersh’s article in the London Book Review alleges that the description of events provided by the US goverment (and subsequently depicted in the film Zero Dark Thirty) aren’t entirely accurate.

There are a number of disputed points: the existence of the courier, the involvement/awareness of Pakistani intelligence, the vaccination cover, the burial at sea.

It’s definitely worth your time.

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