Monday July 16, 2012 AT 10:00 PM ET/PT on CBC News Network
Tuesday July 17 at 8 pm ET on CBC News Network
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Has Pakistan's intelligence agency been double-crossing the West since 9/11? Secret Pakistan exposes the massive distrust between Pakistan and its allies in the war against terror. American, British and Afghani intelligence/military operatives make their case that Pakistan's Government and it's intelligence agency, the ISI, are training, funding and arming the Taliban. Taliban commanders claim their deadly attacks against Nato soldiers are supported by Pakistani border guards and the ISI. High profile members of the Pakistani intelligence community offer compelling reasons why they must continue to befriend the Taliban. As NATO forces claim victory in the death of Osama Bin Laden accusations of a breath-taking double cross continue to strain the once friendly relationship between Pakistan and it's western allies.
Produced, directed and filmed by Sam Collyns for the BBC.