The man who did what?
In an interview on Al-Jazeera, aired on 2nd November last year, David Frost asked Benazir Bhutto –
There was one report that said that you had arranged to send President Musharraf a letter to be sent in the event of your death by assassination urging him to investigate certain individuals in his government. Is that true?
In clarifying her point, she mentions a man who “had dealings with Omar Sheikh who murdered Osama bin Laden” (see 2’14” in the video).
It’s very matter-of-fact, and not in the style of a revelation, and Frost chooses not to challenge her on it.
Jen Clark at Little Country Lost wrote an interesting post after doing a lot of analytical research, which makes very thought-provoking reading.
She also reveals that the only other outlet to screen the interview, the BBC, edited out the sentence in question in its broadcast.