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-- -- new calls for the Obama administration to expedite the release -- more documents retrieved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden just seventeen documents out of thousands sees that night.
Have been released.
And now some lawmakers are suggesting that the Obama administration cherry -- -- which documents would be released.
And that a broader collection would show a far more organized picture about -- at.
Then has been depicted by the Obama administration chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge is live in Washington with more on this top story -- With the heat and the head of the House Intelligence Committee Republican Mike Rogers.
Is calling on the Obama administration to declassify more documents recovered by Navy SEALs in 2011 from Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
The congressman who is regularly briefed on intelligence and threats to US national security says his committee will be reviewing more of the documents.
From the al-Qaeda leaders -- at this week adding evidence suggests the Obama administration has only released documents consistent with the view that al-Qaeda is in retreat quote.
I think we ought to give this seriously give consideration to allowing more than the seventeen documents that were selectively picked by the administration to be made public.
I think that doesn't probably tell the whole story.
After bin Laden's death administration officials portrayed him as isolated adrift disconnected from the network and not in control.
The al-Qaeda affiliates in Yemen as well as north and East Africa -- not by design but rather a reflection of Al -- deterioration.
That -- seems to be a stark contrast with recent congressional testimony.
That the bin Laden documents have generated hundreds of intelligence reports.
And beyond the initial review by the CIA bin Laden's writings are to this day being analyzed in shares within the military intelligence community.
There were released 400 over 400 until -- reports that were had issued an initial aftermath.
Merely after the raid I don't know what the number is sort of since -- one of the things that I can assure everybody is that the he secondary exploitation if you will those sort of the second phase of what we're going to take this this amount these this exploited -- -- information.
Is being shared around.
It's early in our Military Channel.
-- so for the National Security Council told the weekly standard the the documents are helping to refine the administration's understanding of al-Qaeda.
At the findings are factored into policy decisions but the key take away Jenna.
Is whether this week there will be a consistent push to release more of the documents after they've been removed -- review brother by members of the house.
-- we'll wait and see wait and see what happens next Kathleen thank you.
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