Skip to comments.SEAL book raises questions about bin Ladenís death
Posted on 08/29/2012 5:28:00 AM PDT by Perdogg
firsthand account of the Navy SEAL raid that killed Osama bin Laden contradicts previous accounts by administration officials, raising questions as to whether the terror mastermind presented a clear threat when SEALs first fired upon him.
Bin Laden apparently was hit in the head when he looked out of his bedroom door into the top-floor hallway of his compound as SEALs rushed up a narrow stairwell in his direction, according to former Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette, writing under the pseudonym Mark Owen in No Easy Day. The book is to be published next week by Penguin Group (USA)s Dutton imprint.
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So what? He claimed credit for 9/11. Guilty. Punishable by death.
Big deal. Have a nice time in hell, bin Laden!
Everything about this administration is phoney. From the bin Laden account to the unemployment numbers, to the economic reporting. It’s all a sham.
And the corrupt MSM have all sold out to support and facilitate all the Obama lies and illusions.
Who gives a rat's ass. If it's OK to drop bombs on his cave in Tora Bora, why is it questionable when he is simply shot on sight.
I wouldn't care if they'd hosed him down with a flame thrower and then watched him run around screaming until he fell down dead.
Don't kid yourself - 0bama would've never have finally approved the raid if it wasn't required to help him hang on to power.
Bin Laden got much better than he deserved, although I sure his muzzie bro 0bama would've rather seen him on vacation at Gitmo until Hussein decided to free him like he's done with countless other terrorist muzzies.
Osama was plugged in the brain-box when he poked his ugly mug out of his bedroom door? I’m good with that.
It is funny and sad to see when one strays and starts to see the truth on something, then they get corrected and act like they never doubted the party line... even when shown video evidence of themselves doing it.
It is Orwellian.
Osama was plugged in the brain-box when he poked his ugly mug out of his bedroom door? Im good with that..
Personally, I don’t really care how he died. He is dead! Now on to the next one..........
raising questions as to whether the terror mastermind presented a clear threat when SEALs first fired upon him.
Okay stop with the horse shit.
Seals are not police officers. Our military is not a police force. We have allowed this to get out of hand. The military exists to blow things up and kill people. PERIOD.
Bin Laden was an enemy soldier, we are at war, he presented as a target, he is dead. End of story.
That, imho, would also have been too merciful. I don’t support -real torture- but Osama deserved the most painful death ever created. What he did to so many innocent lives... The peace he shattered.
His body should have been placed in the bottom of a public latrine.
I really don’t believe he ever gave approval. He delayed several times. Then he is once again on a golf course and has to be pulled off in the middle of his game to come see the results of “his raid”? Yeah, right.
Someone else had to make the call in spite of Obama.
This whole thing is a fiction. From Hillary gasping with her hand over her mouth while watching Looney Tunes, to the disposal of the body to this latest White House reformulation.
How many times can they change the story?
So the “real story” went like this.. Obama hit nine consecutive holes-in-one, jumped into the SR-71 (which he piloted of course), jetted off to Costellostan and free-jumped into the choppers in flight, grabbed a customized .99 caliber Barrett rifle, shot Osama in the eye while repelling down and simultaneously send out the Stuxnet virus to Iran. He then dropped into the home, saved all the children and repaired the broken helo while writing his speech and then jumped back into the waiting SR71 and zoomed home getting dressed in the process..
So you are a member of the MSM, huh?
Obama was slumped down in his chair. looking like the kid who was sent to the principles office in a now famous photo from that day. I believe the only thing he had to do with this event is the “taking credit campaign” that Valarie Jarrett has invented for him. As for how OBL died, GW said it was like the posters from the old west “Wanted” any means will do!
What I want to know is how you got hold of the pre-publication manuscript of the story the DNC will release the week of the Dem convention?
He signed off on the mission when he realized that the first 3 turn-downs would eventually get out and Osama would again go to ground.
“I wouldn’t care if they’d hosed him down with a flame thrower and then watched him run around screaming until he fell down dead. “
Neither would I. I just wish they had taken pictures of his dead body before dumping him into the sea. Conspiracy theorists either think he is still alive, or that he’s been dead for years.
Knowing this administration’s tenuous hold on the truth. I’d like to see proof.
How many times can they change the story?
I also remember hearing that the seals died in a crash. To many different stories.
It was Panetta who gave the green light to GO
> Okay stop with the horse shit.
> Seals are not police officers. Our military is not a police force. We have allowed this to get out of hand. The military exists to blow things up and kill people. PERIOD.
> Bin Laden was an enemy soldier, we are at war, he presented as a target, he is dead. End of story.
My opinion is ditto.
Only—ONLY!—in 21st Century America would this even be brought up as an issue.
SEALs from the SEAL team 6 died in the crash, but not any that were on the mission. That was the report.
Contrast the book to the movie that Hollywood will be releasing prior to the election...the glorification of Messiah Obama.
This may be the author's most dangerous mission.
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