Washington, D.C. -- U.S. authorities are still piecing together details of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden -- and now, they've been able to interview bin Laden's three wives who survived the raid.
The Pentagon says U.S. intelligence officials were finally given access to them.
They're also looking at video of the assault to learn more details of the raid. Cameras were mounted in the helmets of the Navy SEALS that took part.
Meanwhile, defense officials are considering measures to ensure the security of the SEAL team that stormed the compound and killed bin Laden.
There are growing concerns by military officials about the flood of information that has come out about the raid -- and about the Navy SEALs.
Defense Secretary Robert Gates told Marines at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina that when he met with the team members last week, they expressed concerns about the security of their families.
Gates says there was an agreement in the Situation Room after the raid that no operational details of the raid would be released.
But he says "that all fell apart" the next day.