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New SEAL Book Raises Questions About Details on Osama bin Laden Raid
- Thursday, 30 August 2012 13:07
- Written by Darrell Lect
One thing that everyone can agree on is that a world without Osama bin Laden is better. What appears to be difficult to agree on is how much top secret information should be revealed to the public as political propaganda by the White House. Next week, a member of SEAL Team Six will release a book, No Easy Day, detailing an account of the killing. However, his details differ from what was shared by the White House, but remind us that zero details should have ever been released about this top secret mission.
The discrepancies relate to the killing of Osama bin Laden and what happened in the house during the raid. This was after Obama cancelled the raid three times because senior advisor Valerie Jarrett was afraid of the political fallout. We have information from the mouth of an individual that participated in the event versus the official government account. Certainly there will be differences for the sake of national security, but we're far beyond that notion. The point is that top secret information was released for political purposes to help President Obama's re-election - none of these details should have EVER been made public.
The author's description of the raid brings light on an unarmed and surprised Islamic terrorist mastermind, who was shot in the head, fell back into his room and died slowly on the floor from the wounds. Then, the account details that members of SEAL Team Six unloaded more gunshots into Osama bin Laden's chest to ensure he was dead. This was far different than what statements given by the White House.
Here's additional information, particularly how members of the SEAL Team Six did not support President Obama and knew he'd take credit for their actions.
While the elite media paints President Obama as being the sole architect of the Osama bin Laden raid, those that carried the mission through are merely an afterthought because of the propaganda pushed by the White House.
We can only hope there are discrepancies in the raid details - hoping that nobody has been told what actually happened. That should be top secret, classified information that the public has no business knowing.
Darrell Lect is a contributing editor for Habledash.