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All right there's a big stories while this morning are new reports that the doctor in Pakistan.
Who helped the CIA track down Osama bin Laden.
Has been sentenced now to 33 years in prison for trees and by his home country of Pakistan.
-- -- -- contributor Donna -- -- -- she's live from Islamabad on this story what is this man accused dad Dominic.
Not that he's accused about running SC IA back.
Vaccination programme the -- -- to get DNA samples and that is living inside Osama bin Laden's compound.
Tablets at bat that he wasn't -- successful in giving that all the same -- bin Laden was killed by US navy -- it.
His name came to -- he was arrested by the Pakistani authorities at -- tribal -- convicted of us.
33 years in prison he'll also get -- -- late that -- in time which in a country like.
Pakistan is a very.
Costs and still to be dealt with heavy flying the United States being very concerned about its case for the night he was arrested.
They have been appealing to the -- that authorities.
Behavior release that narrative -- -- -- At least a lifelong sentence but inside the shell of -- that he's being currently held.
And of course yes we'll look at the SE pressing and even after the accident or even -- -- -- at least -- -- hole.
That's actually possible because the government's neutral but -- -- that happens all the influence it believes it may happen.
In terms of actually how -- you -- -- -- and the conviction by the tribal -- -- -- Fascinating.
You know obviously Pakistan is an ally.
There is a stand civilly cooperation between our two countries and they claim that they didn't notice on the -- is there -- so this tribal court.
Is there is you mentioned -- the US would like to see this man released because he helped us to track down and the world's most wanted criminal.
Is there any hope left that this tribal court would allow for his release.
We don't usually appeals progress -- crisis is not about or if indeed there actually is one.
I'm Seth -- US government will be lobbying the Pakistan authorities to see precisely what they can tape by the US embassy no commenting on the -- until we didn't expect common -- this.
An Intel related issue and doesn't -- -- publicly.
All of that but you've got to remember that this comes and it -- -- -- -- relationship between Pakistan.
And that the United States because of the men and trying to get NATO supply rates reopens that it will be something traditionally US -- put on the table.
As part of sorting out his relationship with Pakistan but -- -- -- It's looking very grim incidents that what actually happens -- -- -- -- Life is an incredible story is a lot of pieces on that chessboard right now.
As you point out -- thank you very much.
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