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Thursday, February 21, 2013

The secret leaked, Bin Laden Killer Investigated by Pentagon

WASHINGTON - The U.S. military (U.S.) troops to investigate former Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden. The man who is now a civilian was allegedly leaking secrets to Esquier Magazine published this month.

"We see this article (in the magazine Esquier) to see if there is a leak of confidential information," said Pentagon spokesman Lt. Col. Steve Warren, as quoted by the Daily Mail, Thursday (02/21/2013).

The article in the magazine entitled "Male killer Osama bin Laden a mess." The article tells the details of the killing of Bin Laden as well as some information regarding Navy SEALs. The leader of Al Qaeda man shooter was called by the pseudonym "The Sniper."

As is known, a man who can not be identified, was also told that he is now destitute because menanggur and out of the military service. Although considered a hero, he just failed to get welfare benefits from the U.S. government because he only joined for 16 years in the U.S. military.

A new military can get a pension and benefits if they run a minimum term of 20 years. The wife he deeply regretted his treatment and even then the U.S. government against her husband.

The shooter admitted paying hundreds of dollars worth of insurance, but he did not benefit from the military insurance. Pentagon finally decided to investigate the man's pension problems.

So far, the U.S. government actually banned a former army to speak to the media without permission. This case is the second case that the U.S. is related to the information about the death of Bin Laden. In 2012 then, one of the U.S. forces named Matt Bissonette also recounts an ambush incident in Abbottabad, Pakistan in his book No Easy Day.

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