Ms. Bhutto told Davd Frost, rather matter-of-factly, that a "former (Pakistani) military officer" may have been one of the three main people that she suspected of organising the previous assassination attempt. But what follows, is the incredible assertion that [06:10]
"he had dealings" with "Omar Sheikh, the man who murdered Osama Bin Laden
If true; Omar Sheik has been in Pakistani jail -supposedly- since 2002. his Wikipedia page
has been frozen to edits, without reference to the interview.
The "BBC version"
of the interview has had the passage edited out.
I've read that this was a "simple mistake", and that Ms. Bhutto meant to reference Daniel Pearl's murder. It is interesting to note in a previous linkfilter link (#52197)
"former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto today suggested that the best place to look for him was in the "basement of the presidency of Pakistan". "
Less than two months later, the assassination is successful.