On May 11th 2011, Navy Seals infiltrated a compound in Pakistan and delivered ultimate justice to Osama bin Laden.

But how did they find his location?

Liberals are going to hate the shocking answer to that question.

American intelligence was able to determine bin Laden’s location with the help of “enhanced interrogation.”

Fox News reports:

“On the sixth anniversary of the daring SEAL Team 6 raid that killed Usama bin Laden in Pakistan, Dr. James Mitchell revealed how the CIA’s enhanced interrogations helped locate the elusive al Qaeda leader.

Mitchell, the author of “Enhanced Interrogation,” said on “Fox & Friends” that key information was provided by Ammar al-Baluchi, the nephew of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Muhammad.

He said it was through interrogations of al-Baluchi that the United States learned about the courier delivering letters to bin Laden.

Mitchell recalled that Guantanamo Bay detainees developed a way to communicate with each other through messages they believed were secret.

“[KSM] put out a message in what he thought was a clandestine way of communicating with other detainees to not talk about the courier. … That signaled to the interrogators that that man was important and we needed to do more,” said Mitchell, who spent thousands of hours interviewing Muhammad.”

Liberals claim enhanced interrogation is “torture.”

They were furious when Donald Trump said he wanted to bring back water boarding during his campaign.

The left declared no valuable intelligence had ever come from enhanced interrogations and Donald Trump was a war criminal for even mentioning bringing it back.

But other CIA veterans agree.

John Rizzo was a 34-year CIA stalwart.

He told PBS in a 2011 interview that enhanced interrogations were both “necessary and effective.”

PBS reported:

“Do you have regrets about the program?

No, no. I continue to believe that the program was necessary and effective and that there was no practical alternative other than the one we chose. I can’t think of a single thing I could have done or would have done differently.

So no, I have no regrets certainly about my actions. Again, it became, I suppose inevitably, a politically controversial and to some extent damaging thing for the agency, and that’s unfortunate. …”

Thanks to enhanced interrogations, America achieved one of the biggest wins in the War on Terror – the killing of Osama bin Laden.