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The Last Days of Osama Bin Laden DVD-R


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Overview

One of the most sensitive, top secret missions eliminated America’s number one terrorist target, Osama bin Laden, but the celebration was almost immediately tempered by thorny questions. How did the U.S. finally catch up with the terrorist mastermind who eluded capture for nearly a decade? Why was he able to hide in plain sight just yards away from Pakistan’s most prestigious military academy? Was he able to direct attacks from his hideout? And why did the man who vowed to resist to his last breath give up his life with not much of a fight?


National Geographic reveals the inside story of how the U.S. gathered the intelligence needed to pull off the surprise attack, with insight from former CIA agents, Navy SEAL operatives and high-ranking government officials, including retired general and CIA director David Petraeus. Acclaimed journalist Peter Bergen—the first Westerner to whom Osama bin Laden revealed his intention to wage a terrorist war on the West, and who is one of a small handful to have even met him—heads to Pakistan for answers on the ground.


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Details

  • 1 disc; 45 minutes
  • Widescreen
  • TV-14
  • © 2011

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