Mike Rogers praises work of U.S. intelligence agencies in death of Osama bin Laden
Brighton congressman Mike Rogers says the death of Osama bin Laden this week shows the growth of the nation’s intelligence agencies since September 11th.
Rogers chairs the U.S. House Intelligence Committee which oversees the nation’s spy agencies.
"I think this clearly demonstrates the new intelligence community, after 9/11, and their ability to find and reach out…anywhere in the world and take care of people who threaten the United States."
Rogers says the operation that ended with the death of bin Laden was one that few other nation’s could accomplish.