Report one: Imran Khan has begun his rant about there being no evidence that Pakistan was harbouring Osama Bin Laden:
Report two: John O. Brennan, a senior counterterrorism official, said it was highly unlikely that Pakistan was not aware of Osama's presence in the country:
On Monday, Brennan suggested that the US would go further than just letting Pakistan ask those questions. He said it was "inconceivable" that bin Laden did not have a support network inside of Pakistan, though he stopped short of suggesting that the network involved government officials. "We are going to pursue all leads to find out exactly what type of support system and benefactors that bin Laden might have had," Brennan said.