I think the 2nd biggest topic which arises from the death of Osama Bin Laden, is Pakistan's role. From all the evidence provided, it seems naive to believe that they had no idea that Bin Laden was hiding next to their top military officials for years. I find that appalling. Their ISI (CIA equivalent), has been very uncooperative with the intelligence agencies of top governments around the world. A lot of people are wondering why it took so long to capture Osama. I'm starting to believe that Pakistan made America run wild goose chases, and sent them false leads and a few proper ones to remain allies. This might be a partial reason as to why it took them so long to find him. Apparently it seemed as though Osama Bin Laden thought that he would be safe with all the military and government officials protecting him. He believed that the government would tip him off if Americans were coming, which would be a testament as to why the Pakistani government were so upset that they were not involved. Let's switch this around and look at it from Pakistan's perspective. If an American terrorist killed thousands of their people, and Pakistan asked America to help them find him, only to find the American terrorist after 10 years living next to America's West Point..how would Pakistan view America? Pakistan was America's biggest ally in fighting against terrorism, but it seems that they were secretly working against America and might actually be America's biggest enemy in fighting against terrorism. Let's not forget they have nuclear weapons, and is a very unstable state. What do you guys think?