The Search For Bin Laden
“Manhunt: The Search for Osama Bin Laden” was a program of the third annual Aspen Security Forum, held by the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Program in partnership with The New York Times and CNN’s “Security Clearance” website.
Terrorism expert Peter Bergen, author of the book, Manhunt: The Ten-Year Search for Bin Laden From 9/11 to Abbottabad, and Greg Barker, who produced and directed an HBO documentary based on the book, talked about their research and what it revealed with Dan Raviv. Video clips of the documentary, Manhunt: The Search for Bin Laden were shown. Topics included the effect of Edward Snowden’s leaks on future intelligence sources and the sometimes adversarial relationship between journalists and their subjects. They responded to questions from members of the audience.
“Manhunt: The Search for Osama Bin Laden” was a program of the third annual Aspen Security Forum, held by the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Program in partnership with The New York Times and CNN’s “Security Clearance” website. close
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Greg Barker Filmmaker
Peter L. Bergen Director New America Foundation->National Security Program
- Clark Kent Ervin Director Aspen Institute->Homeland Security Program
Dan Raviv National Correspondent CBS Radio News->Washington Bureau
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