Navy Seals’ book gives a different version of Osama bin Laden’s deathSeptember 4th, 2012 - 7:07 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt
New York, Sept 4 (THAINDIAN NEWS) A former navy seal who wrote a book on how Osama Bin Laden was captured is now in trouble with the US government officials. The navy seal was a team leader of the navy seal team that captured and killed the Al Qaeda leader.
He was one of the first people who entered the room that was supposed to be a hideout for the terrorists’ leader Osama. The book by the former navy seal who uses the pseudonym Mark Owen is set to be released this September on the 11th in commemoration of the 2001 terror attacks.
The book is titled ‘No Easy Day’ and no US government officials have reviewed the book for possible breaches that have been made in the book.
The book has been released at a time when there is a controversy of leaking of classified information regarding the capture and killing of Osama Bin Laden and the book has also been involved in the controversy.
Republicans had criticized the Obama government saying that they had leaked information about the operation that is not supposed to be accessed by the public. They even released a video that calls the acts of the US government dishonorable in regards to the Osama incident.
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- US would have captured Osama alive if possible: White House - May 03, 2011
- Pakistan apex court judge to head Osama probe panel - Jun 21, 2011
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