Osama bin Laden’s Yemeni brother-in-law, Zakaria al-Sadah, spoke to NBC News' Amna Nawaz in Islamabad in his first interview with an American television network.
He said he is concerned for his sister, who was shot in the raid that killed the al-Qaida leader, and frustrated she and her five children have been in Pakistani custody for almost a year.
"I asked (my sister), 'maybe they're holding you for information you have?' and she said she's already told them everything she knows, there is nothing else to tell them.'"
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