This is the last public interview given by Pakistan's former Prime Minister, Benazir Bhutto on November 2, 2007. She spoke of her fears of being assassinated.
When asked who she thought might assassinate her, she said the same person who killed Osama Bin Laden. She was assassinated shortly after this interview in December 2007.
Bhutto asserted to David Frost that bin Laden had been murdered by Omar Sheikh, whom the Sunday Times once described as "no ordinary terrorist but a man who has connections that reach high into Pakistan's military and intelligence elite and into the innermost circles" of bin Laden and al-Qaeda. Watch video starting at 5:33.
And right on cue, shortly after former Pakistani premier Bhutto's assassination, two key al-Qaeda news items appear:
First, "Senior US officials" are checking into an al-Qaeda claim of responsibility for the assassination, and second, "Osama himself" will soon release a message regarding Iraq."