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Did Navy SEAL Robert O'Neill reveal classified details about bin Laden raid?
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Bin Laden Shooter Rob ONeill Under Investigation, Isn't Above ...

Rob ONeill, the Navy SEAL who reportedly shot and killed Osama bin Laden, is now under investigation for potentially revealing classified information, according to Navy officials, and for one former Democratic representative, that's to be expected. ... Inquisitr, 1 day ago

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Former SEAL Investigated for Disclosing Bin Laden Raid Details

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 ONeill appeared on Fox News Channel to discuss his role in ...
 Austin American Statesman4 days ago Former Navy SEAL Probed for Possibly Releasing Classified Details of Bin Laden Raid  ABC News4 days ago Navy Investigating Former SEAL Rob ONeill For Leaking Classified Secrets About Osama Bin Laden Raid  Hngn.com3 days ago

US navy investigating Rob O'Neill, who claims to have shot Osama bin Laden, over possible leaks

Related Story: Bin Laden's son-in-law sentenced to life in US prison Related Story: September 11 museum criticised over SEAL shirt exhibit The former US Navy SEAL who claims to be the soldier who fired the shots that ...
 ABC Online4 days ago Lawyer for Bin Laden's Son-In-Law Gets 1-1/2 Years Prison in Tax Case  NDTV1 month ago Osama bin Laden son-in-law's lawyer is heading to prison  Economic Times1 month ago Bin Laden son-in-law's lawyer is heading to prison  Business Standard1 month ago
New Zealand Herald

CIA's Queen of Torture outed

In the film Zero Dark Thirty , she was the persistent, conscientious CIA officer who finally tracked Osama bin Laden to his lair. In real life, her identity and current position were carefully hidden: until now. Since the release of the ...
 New Zealand Herald6 days ago The true story of Maya, the CIA analyst who hunted down Bin Laden  Pakistan Today6 days ago The true story of 'Maya', the CIA analyst who hunted down Osama bin Laden  WA Today6 days ago The CIA Was Right - Waterboarding Works  NewsMax.com1 week ago

Abu Anas Al-Libi Case: Bin Laden Letters Sought As Evidence By Federal Prosecutors In Terror Trial

Federal prosecutors want to use letters found in the raid that killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in their case against a Libyan man believed to have helped orchestrate the 1998 bombings of U.S. Prosecutors claim the letters detail Abu Anas ...
 Austin American Statesman1 week ago US prosecutors seek to boost evidence against Libyan man with bin Laden letters  FOXNews.com1 week ago US Seeks to Use Bin Laden Letters at Terror Trial  ABC News1 week ago U.S. seeks to use letters from bin Laden raid at terror trial  Yahoo! Malaysia1 week ago

Inmate: My treatment shames U.S. flag

Editor's note: Samir Naji is a Yemeni who was accused of serving in Osama bin Laden's security detail and imprisoned for nearly 13 years without charge in Guantanamo Bay. He was cleared for release in 2009, but remains in detention. The following ...
 CNN1 week ago Gitmo inmates tell all interview details prison horror  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

The ally from hell

Pakistan lies. It hosted Osama bin Laden (knowingly or not). Its government is barely functional. It hates the democracy next door. It is home to both radical jihadists and a large and growing nuclear arsenal (which it fears the U.S. will seize). Its intelligence service sponsors terrorists who attack American troops. With a friend like this, who needs enemies? ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Khyber govt fears for life of Osama Bin Laden doc  Asian Age2 weeks ago
Times of India

Pak doctor who tracked Osama under threat

A Pakistani doctor, who was sentenced to 33 years in jail for helping CIA track down former al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden in 2011, may be rescued or killed in a “covert or overt operation”, officials have warned.
 Times of India2 weeks ago Pak doctor linked with CIA under threat  Zee News2 weeks ago Pak Doctor Linked With CIA Who Helped Track Osama Under Threat  Outlook2 weeks ago
Himalayan times

Did Torture Lead the CIA to bin Laden?

The CIA contends that intelligence gained using enhanced interrogation techniques led it to Osama bin Laden. The Senate disagrees. Who's correct? WSJ's Jason Bellini week ago CIA torture didn’t net bin Laden: Senate file  Asian Age2 weeks ago Senate report: Harsh tactics didn't net bin Laden  Himalayan times2 weeks ago CIA urged to build rapport with terrorists to extract intelligence  Washington Times6 days ago
The Telegraph

Osama hunt claim rejected by report

Months before the operation that killed Osama bin Laden in 2011, the CIA secretly prepared a public-relations plan that would stress that information gathered from its disputed interrogation programme had played a critical role in the hunt. Starting the day ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago Senate Report Discredits CIA Claim It Wouldn't Have Found Bin Laden If It Had Not Tortured  NDTV2 weeks ago Senate report rejects claim on hunt for Bin Laden  Times of India2 weeks ago Senate Report Discredits Claims on Bin Laden Hunt  NDTV2 weeks ago
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