Pakistan Thinks It Might Have to Show China That Secret Helicopter We Left Behind

A crashed military helicopter is seen near the hideout of Al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden after a ground operation by US Special Forces in Abbottabad on May 2, 2011. Pakistan said that the killing of Osama bin Laden in a US operation was a "major setback" for terrorist organisations and a "major victory" in the country's fight against militancy. AFP PHOTO/str (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images) Photo: AFP/2011 AFP

Th United States has been pretty testy with Pakistan since the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound, accusing them of knowingly sheltering the world's most wanted terrorist, threatening to cut off military aid, and refusing to apologize for carrying out a military operation in their territory without telling them, which made the Pakistani military seem powerless and impotent. If the United States is going to be like that, an anonymous officials tells ABC News, Pakistan might just have no choice but to have its "best and most trusted friend" China take a look at the remains of the super-secret stealth helicopter that the Navy SEALs partially destroyed before leaving.

The U.S. has already asked the Pakistanis for the helicopter wreckage back, but one Pakistani official told ABC News the Chinese were also "very interested" in seeing the remains. Another official said, "We might let them [the Chinese] take a look."

Touché, Pakistan. Touché.