Bergen: New story of bin Laden's death

Bergen: New story of bin Laden's death

There are 1 comment on the CNN story from Feb 12, 2013, titled Bergen: New story of bin Laden's death. In it, CNN reports that:

Weighing in at some 15,000 words, the story does not identify the killer of al Qaeda's leader by his real name and refers to him only as "the Shooter." Clearly the Shooter wanted to maintain something of the code of silence that is pervasive among the covert warriors of SEAL Team 6, the unit that mounted the bin Laden operation.

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Since: Aug 07

Eldora Iowa

#1 Feb 12, 2013
He will be able to get a job, people like him will land on thier feet more times than not and when he turns 60 he will get a pension for his military service. He gets five years of medical care for any reason that could be remotely tied to military service from the VA no questions asked because he is a OIF/OEF veteran and he will probably qualify for a higher tier than 6, probably a 3 or more. He also understood all of this before he got out and had to sign papers saying that he did.

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