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Stevie I know you spoke to former Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf and what's his take on all of this.
I did John and I spoke to him again just -- about five minutes ago and his take it to understand some of the things he says at what our man in -- -- bet that our man in Islamabad.
Sid -- he has said about pakistanis really wanting to see.
-- and sort of proof that Osama bin Laden has been killed I know.
That the Obama administration is saying that DNA match is perfect but there are conspiracy theorists out there who believes that Osama bin Laden actually.
Had nothing to do with 9/11 in the first place.
They will want some sort of prove what that will take what it will be not altogether sure he also said as said mentioned that the Pakistani Taliban.
Really will remain a big problem he said that the Taliban in Pakistan is more violent than al-Qaeda Osama bin Laden's -- Says that he's concerned that there will be some fallout in the wake of bin Laden's death and that extremism won't necessarily.
Be put to rest he speaks about a violation of Pakistani sovereignty.
In the fact that it was US forces who took out Osama bin Laden but overall John.
He says that it's a very good -- it's very important.
That in Pakistan and the United States number one enemy Osama bin Laden.
It's now dead John.
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