The United States has settled its years-long legal battle with Matthew Bissonnette, who in 2012 authored “No Easy Day” under the pen name Mark Owen, detailing his participation in the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden. Bissonnette, a former Navy SEAL, signed a consent decree today acknowledging he
The Navy is investigating whether a former SEAL who claimed on national television that he shot Osama bin Laden may have revealed classified information about the raid. In November, Robert O’Neill appeared on Fox News Channel to discuss his role in the raid that killed bin Laden on May 1, 2011 in
Rob O’Neill entered the compound from the balcony. The “Martyrs’ Brigade,” the group called themselves. The Navy SEAL was on the third floor when he says he saw a familiar figure – Osama bin Laden , the world’s most wanted terrorist . “Standing on two feet in front of me, with his hands on his
Rob O’Neill expected the 2011 assault on Osama bin Laden’s compound to be a one-way mission, with a grim outcome for himself and his fellow members of SEAL Team Six . “We’re going to die when the house blows up. We’re going to die when he blows up. Or we’re going to be there too long and we get
Robert O’Neill says he is the one who fired the fatal shots that killed bin Laden.
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Three and a half years after American bullets felled Osama bin Laden, controversy has been reignited over who actually pulled the trigger that fateful night now that the Navy SEAL who claims to have personally killed the al Qaeda leader has been publicly identified. The special operations news
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A member of the elite team that killed Osama bin Laden donated a knife he carried on the historic raid to a charity auction recently, raising $35,400 for the family of another Navy SEAL who perished in a training accident in March. Mark Owen, the...
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