I have a new article out in the January issue of GQ Magazine. It tells the story of Shakil Afridi, the Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA find Osama Bin Laden. This summer, I spent a couple of months in Pakistan, investigating how Afridi set up a fake vaccination campaign with the intent of collecting DNA from one of Bin Laden's children. It's a spy thriller that raises troubling questions about the CIA's use of medical workers as a front for their operations. You can find it on newsstands, or read it online here.
Last month, I spoke to Democracy Now! about the article, the new film Zero Dark Thirty, and the recent killings of polio vaccination workers in Pakistan: