Pakistan shares intelligence reports to China, U.S. disappointed
Recent reports claimed that despite the strong plea from the United States CIA to keep confidential and classified any information about the death of Osama bin Laden, Pakistan secretly gave access to China regarding the American stealth helicopter that killed bin Laden after it crashed in May. If indeed the disclosure is confirmed true, it will further affect the already tainted relationship between the United States and Pakistan. The relationship between the two nations has already been improving slowly but suffered its biggest blow in decades after the alleged killing of Osama bin Laden in Pakistan. The United States has all the necessary information leading to Pakistans betrayal when it gave Chinas military an access to the stealth helicopter that downed in Abbottabad. The report said that Pakistan allowed intelligence officials in China to take pictures of the aircraft and secure samples of the aircrafts special skin that successfully allowed the United States to escape Pakistans radar. Reportedly, Pakistan and China enjoy closer relationship together, better compared to Pakistan and the United States tainting relationship. An American official believed that the incident probably happened but could not confirm it with certainty. The Pakistani army did not release any official statement yet. However, the countrys Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Directorate denied the alleged leaking of confidential information to Chinas military.