New Clue Suggests Group With Ties to Pakistani Intelligence Might Have Helped Shelter Bin Laden


You know that point in a tenuous relationship where one party, suspecting the other of lying, starts going through his cell-phone history? That’s sort of where things are with the U.S. and Pakistan: The United States has gotten its hands on Osama bin Laden’s courier’s cell phone, and the call records show he was in communication with Harakat-ul-Mujahedeen, “a militant group that is a longtime asset of Pakistan’s intelligence agency.” [NYT]