A Republican Congressman is saying the Pentagon and the CIA may be disclosing classified information by helping movie producers make a film about the raid that killing Usama bin Laden. The Defense Department and White House deny it.
FOX News Radio's Steve Taylor reports from Washington...
Filmmakers Kathryn Bigelow and Mark Boal released the following statement on the controversy:
"Our upcoming film project about the decade long pursuit of bin Laden has been in the works for many years and integrates the collective efforts of three administrations, including those of Presidents Clinton, Bush, and Obama, as well as the cooperative strategies and implementation by the Department of Defense and the Central Intelligence Agency. Indeed, the dangerous work of finding the world's most wanted man was carried out by individuals in the military and intelligence communities who put their lives at risk for the greater good without regard for political affiliation. This was an American triumph, both heroic and non-partisan, and there is no basis to suggest that our film will represent this enormous victory otherwise."