Where are the interviews of Bin Laden unit chiefs?

Despite the highly classified world of special ops 60 Minutes has interviewed the Delta team commander involved in the Tora Bora hunt for Bin Laden and one of the Seals involved in the Abbottababad raid. For some reason the investigative journalists at 60 Minutes evidently don't believe it would be newsworthy to hear from Richard Blee or Rodney Middleton even though these guys headed CIA and FBI Bin Laden units in the lead up to 9/11.

Last year Lara Logan interviewed former FBI agent Ali Soufan. Posted on website was an accompanying article:

But, Soufan says he later learned the CIA knew - eight months before 9/11 - that this same operative had met in Malaysia with two terrorism suspects who would later hijack the plane that crashed into the Pentagon. And the CIA also knew that those two suspects were heading to the U.S.

"The agency knew that these al Qaeda operatives in Southeast Asia flew to America or they have visas to come to the United States, and somebody decided, 'Let's not share the information,'" Soufan said.

"And if it had been shared with you, what then?" Logan asked.

"I try not to think about that. I try not to think about, about what could have happened. Maybe, maybe thousands of American lives will be spared, maybe," Soufan said.

The CIA told us any suggestion it purposely refused to share critical information on the 9/11 plots with FBI is "baseless" and "these allegations diminish the hard work and dedication of countless CIA officers."

The Interrogator

What sort of "investigative news outfit" finds it appropriate to refute Soufan's credible accusation (backed by public records) with a pathetic CIA talking point? When will 60 Minutes interview Blee and Middleton so they can explain their conduct on camera?