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New book is a 1st-person account of the Bin Laden raid; SEAL team author outed

419NdZGa9pL._SL500_AA300_The subject of the manhunt to capture/kill Osama Bin Laden is a fascinating one, and on the shelves I can't imagine there is a better read that chronicles this entire years of events than this book, "Manhunt" by Peter Bergen.

We may not have a better read coming soon.

The book "No Easy Day" "The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama Bin Laden"; it's written by an actual SEAL team member who was there on that raid, Mark Owen.

It had been understood that no member of this SEAL team would do such a thing. Now Owen has been outed by Fox News as Mr. Matt Bissonnette. He retired from the Navy last summer.

Why anyone felt the need to release this man's name in light of the fact it could endanger many of his SEAL team members who were part of the raid in Abbottabad, Pakistan last year is ... strange? Go with unnecessary.

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Big Dave

My sources tell me that CIA asset David Webb fired the kill shot. True story, brah.

Jessie Spano

this book looks excellent!!!!!

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