(WASHINGTON TIMES) Suddenly, obtaining information on the Navy SEAL raid on Osama bin Laden’s hideaway home got a bit tougher.

Pentagon watchdog report says one of America’s top special operations commander told military officials to move records on the raid from the Defense Department to the Central Intelligence Agency — an order that effectively shields much of the information from the public eyes.

The move was done in secret and was initially described in a draft report from the Pentagon’s inspector general, obtained by The Associated Press.


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