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After Bin Laden's Death, Are We Safer?

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A year ago, U.S. forces launched a secret mission that ended up killing Osama bin Laden. But has the death of one of the world's most wanted men led to a safer world? Host Michel Martin speaks with former CIA agent Michael Scheuer, who led the CIA unit tasked with tracking Osama bin Laden from 1996 to 1999.
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