Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Special Operations Commander: Bin Laden Take Down Narrative Is A Lie By The Obama Administration

Fear not folks - this story "has no legs".
Whereas Pat Tillman's narrative that was crafted by the US Military was made into fodder by the left wing media - something beyond Osama Bin Laden being less than an "honorable man" will compel these same muckrakers to not feast upon this story.

The key point that I am making is that the US GOVERNMENT/MILITARY largely continues to do the same thing - regardless of who is in office.

It is more interesting to look at the beholden lemmings that go along when "their team" is in power.  The great show is to see how much that was cast as their "moral compass" gets distorted by the magnetic waves that attract them toward the bright light in the dark of the night that they fly around.

Spec-Ops Command: SEAL raid book 'a lie'

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Special Operations Command is calling a former Navy SEAL's alternate version of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden a bogus work of fiction.

"It's just not true," U.S. Special Operations Command spokesman Col. Tim Nye said. "It's not how it happened."
Laden with conspiracy theories and attacks on the Obama White House, Chuck Pfarrer's book, "SEAL Target Geronimo" claims an alternative version of the raid in which the SEAL team shot bin Laden within 90 seconds of arriving at the Pakistan compound where the al-Qaida mastermind was holed up.
Pfarrer claims the White House issued a fictional and damaging account of the raid that made the SEALs looks inept. He says President Barack Obama's speedy acknowledgement of the raid was a craven political move that rendered much of the intelligence gathered on the raid useless.
Pfarrer's account broke into Amazon's top 20 book sales list last week, and Pfarrer has appeared on Fox News, CNN and in other venues to promote it.
"I have truth on my side," Pfarrer said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I spoke to the guys on the ground and in the secondary bird," he said, referring to the aircraft carrying a second SEAL team as a backup rescue squad.
"This is a fabrication," Nye countered, issuing an on-the-record denial on behalf of Navy SEAL Adm. Bill McRaven, who took command of all special operations in midyear.
In his previous role, McRaven oversaw the raid in May as head of the military's elite counterterrorism unit, the Joint Special Operations Command. Nye said McRaven was concerned the book would lead Americans to doubt the administration's version of events.

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