“Round up the usual suspects,” snapped the chief of the Pakistani army.
“Which set?” his aide wanted to know.
“We better round up all of them this time,” said the chief. He was thinking, how the hell did we get into this mess! The Americans were mad because no one had “noticed” bin Laden’s compound a few feet from the military college in Abbottabad. The Pakistanis were mad because no one had “noticed” American helicopters crossing into Pakistani air space, landing at bin Laden’s compound, making all sorts of ruckus, and not leaving until bin Laden had been blown away.
Everyone was screaming betrayal.