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Navy SEAL Could Face ‘Criminal Prosecution’ for Book about OBL Raid

ocarol500 Wrote: Aug 25, 2012 8:01 AM
I agree with you AmyDB. I am hoping that the States demand their rights back, that Rep Steven King of Iowa - blatant request for your support, and I'm not from Iowa - follows through on his promise to submit a bill to repeal every law and every executive order that Obama has signed. After the new Congress is seated, I imagine it will be a near unanimous vote ... one quick and fairly painless way to repeal the excessive & repressive laws of the Obama Administration. Most of the intrusive laws Congress has passed of recent note have been under the purvey of the States, not the Federal Government. Both Sides are at fault ... which is why November is a keystone to returning a more limited Government after the manner of the Founding Fathers.

There’s a new book coming out and it’s causing quite a kerfuffle in the military community. “No Easy Day,” written by Navy SEAL Team 6 member Mark Owen (pen name) and author Kevin Maurer, whose previous books covered Special Operations, reveals a first-hand account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. In the book Owen writes, "it is time to set the record straight about one of the most important missions in U.S. military history."

The problem? The book wasn’t vetted by the Pentagon or CIA, leaving many concerned with whether the information released is classified and could...