Although the SEALs were within Pakistan's borders for three hours, its military did not detect them.
"The radar systems were not looking for that kind of intrusion from the Afghan side of the border," terror expert Peter Bergen said. He feels sure that will change now.
The report also dedicated 22 pages to fighting terrorism and keeping people like bin Laden from taking refuge in the country again.
The report's authors blast Pakistani authorities at every level of government, intelligence and the military for not stopping the U.S. mission, calling it "a story of complacency, ignorance, negligence, incompetence, irresponsibility, and possibly worse at various levels inside and outside the government."
Pakistan's government considers the assassination operation a violation of its sovereignty, basically an act of war.