04.05.2011 [Council on Foreign Relations] - Director of the CIA LeonPanetta said that Pakistani intelligence (FT) was kept in the dark about the raid for fear that secrecy may have been jeopardized. US lawmakers said that Congress will review, and possibly suspend, the $1.5 billion in annual
05.05.2011 [Examiner.com] - In an interview with NBC's Brian Williams, LeonPanetta, Director of the CIA, acknowledged that Pakistan was kept in the dark about the bin Laden operation. “The Pakistanis did not know…And that was deliberate on our part that this would be conducted
04.05.2011 [Daily Item] - ... conscious of the cooperation level or lack thereof with Pakistan for some time," Tierney said during a telephone interview Tuesday shortly before he and other congressmen attended a briefing by Central Intelligence Agency Director LeonPanetta.
05.05.2011 [GreaterKashmir.com (press release)] - LeonPanetta, the Director of American Intelligence agency CIA, thus minced no words in speaking his venom out. And stating clearly that US did not trust Pakistan. Pakistan as a nation has lost its honor and dignity ever since it courted Americans in
03.05.2011 [Green Bay] - Today, CIA Director LeonPanetta will brief lawmakers on the top secret mission. A lone courier apparently led US forces to bin Laden's hiding place in Pakistan. Officials tracked the courier's cell phone but he didn't make it easy, turning it off and