posted on Aug, 29 2012 @ 06:19 PM
Originally posted by dazbog
I must obviously be mistaken. My understanding was three months after this alleged incident ,Seal Team Six ( 22 of 30 ) were shot down while in a
helicopter. Even this story in the LA Times is confusing on the number killed, when and where. NOW someone wrights a Book. In my opinion the entire
story from day one is fantasy BS.
Pretty sure this link will not work, but you can cut and paste.
Team six is a general operational term, members need not be anyone connected to the actual 'raid'
As for the content of this book, and the raid itself, the logic is strained to the extreme. We have to believe for starters that OBL would have been
given one chance to survive, AKA no resistance, he didn't. Then they 'buried' him at sea, blah blah/no they didn't according to Stratfor. Of
course the raid had to be a ground based assault after landing in helicopters, why? they have drones before and after blasting the hell out of people
in Pakistan anyway, why the one chance priviledge for OBL then, never mind the possible deaths of navy seals? the whole thing makes no sense, unless
of course it is needed in some official minds to prove that OBL has expired officially, with no shrine to gather at, that's BS anyway. Most people
thought that he was already dead anyway, including intelligence sources. Now let's see if this writer is let off the hook officially, and even if he
is, Fox has given up his identity allegedly, on their part. Again it makes no sense, even the pseudonym was to be cast off so soon. It is all stinky.