The doctor who helped the CIA hunt down Osama bin Laden got 33 years.

Dr. Shakil Afridi, who helped CIA track bin Laden, sentenced for treason in Pakistan

The Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA hunt for Osama bin Laden was sentenced Wednesday to 33 years in prison for treason in an administrative action under colonial-era laws that avoided a public trial.

The move brought condemnation in Washington, where officials had been hoping to win freedom for Dr. Shakil Afridi, whom Pakistani intelligence agents detained three weeks after the May 2, 2011, U.S. special forces raid in the northern town of Abbottabad that ended in bin Laden’s death.

One guy that truly helped, was let down by this administration.

How pathetic, isn't it?
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  1. I say, if they want money, they can do it the old fashioned way, they can try to earn it.
  2. Best answer
    This is a joke... The US needs to go to great lengths to free this man.
  3. Pakistan is a joke.
  4. Poor guy. But that's own our world works. You help, try to clean your name, but everybody will only care about what you did in the past.
    People don't keep promises.
  5. Majority do keep the promises.
  6. Best answer selected by Nikorr.
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