SOURCE: Daily Beast
In The Longest War, a new documentary from director Greg Barker (Manhunt) and executive producer Alex Gansa (Homeland), former CIA agents reveal that they had another opportunity to take out Osama bin Laden with little collateral damage, contradicting President Clinton's account.
SOURCE: The Guardian
CIA released journal as part of 470,000 documents collected from Bin Laden’s house, showing he visited the UK as a teenager and found it to be ‘decadent’
Seymour Hersh claims the original story is flawed. But there's no way to verify his sources' account that a tipster eager for a $25 million reward was responsible for disclosing the terrorist's whereabouts.
SOURCE: London Review of Books
"The White House still maintains that the mission was an all-American affair, and that the senior generals of Pakistan’s army and Inter-Services Intelligence agency (ISI) were not told of the raid in advance. This is false."
SOURCE: The Washington Post
In words spoken hours before 9-11, hear Bill Clinton say why he could have, but didn’t, kill bin Laden
He made the comment reportedly during a Sept. 10 meeting with business leaders in Australia.
SOURCE: Yahoo News
There were “the Shooter” and “the Point Man.” Now a third member of SEAL Team 6 offers another account of the raid on Osama bin Laden that led to his death in 2011.The report from CNN appears to contradict Esquire’s widely circulated story, "The Man Who Killed Osama bin Laden," by Phil Bronstein. The unnamed source from CNN calls the Esquire account "complete B-S."The SEAL team member in the Esquire profile, who was described simply as the Shooter, claimed that he entered the compound and found bin Laden with a gun in reach and shot him....
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