Pakistan Knew Of Bin Laden Compound, Says Leaked Email
The email, released by Wikileaks in a series of escalating intelligence wars, posited that as many as 12 members of the Inter-Services Intelligence agency had specific knowledge of Bin Laden's whereabouts and did not inform US officials. There were no specific names mentioned in the email.
A Stratfor employee details in the email that, "Mid to senior level ISI and Pak Mil with one retired Pak Mil General that had knowledge of the OBL arrangements and safehouse…I get a very clear sense we (US intel) know names and ranks."
Stratfor, an organization that provides insight and information into world affairs for major corporations, and Wikileaks, the information freeing website started by Julian Assange, have been engaging in a war of attrition involving intelligence.
Assange has accused Startfor of being an immoral, CIA-shadow organization and has released over 200 of their top secret private communications to the public. Startfor, in turn, made public the details of Assange's arrest record.