The Pakistani doctor who helped the US to locate Osama Bin Laden has said he was unaware he was involved with the 2011 killing of the al-Qaeda chief.
Speaking for the first time since his arrest, Shakil Afridi told he did not think he needed to escape after the killing but was then kidnapped by Pakistan's ISI intelligence agency.
He said the ISI, who he says tortured him, regards the US as its worst enemy.
It is unclear how Dr Afridi, who is in jail in Peshawar, gave the interview.
He is alleged to have used a fake hepatitis B vaccination campaign to obtain DNA samples of Osama Bin Laden's family.