SEAL: bin Laden Was A Coward

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
08/30/2012
       
SEAL: bin Laden Was A Coward

 A new book, No Easy Day, by the pseudonymous Navy SEAL Mark Owen, reveals that Osama bin Laden was a coward who intended to surrender to U.S. forces when they attacked his compound.

 A new book reveals that Osama bin Laden was a coward who intended to surrender to U.S. forces when they attacked his compound Huffington Post reported.

No Easy Day, by the pseudonymous Navy SEAL Mark Owen, reveals that bin Laden did not put up a fight, as American officials claimed, and was shot in the head and nearly dead when SEALS stormed his bedroom room in his compound where he was hiding.

In his cowardice, bin Laden greatly resembles Cuban communist revolutionary Che Guevara, a hero to the international left despite his record as a mass murderer who achieved near sexual ecstasy while watching his victims shed gallons of blood as he executed them.

Bin Laden A Big Sissy

Owen tells quite the grisly tale, HP reported.

After the SEAL team entered bin Laden’s compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan, HP reported, “SEALS ascended a narrow staircase, the team's point man saw a man poke his head from a doorway.”

“We were less than five steps from getting to the top when I heard suppressed shots. BOP. BOP,” writes Owen. “I couldn’t tell from my position if the rounds hit the target or not. The man disappeared into the dark room.”

Team members took their time entering the room, where they saw the women wailing over bin Laden, who wore a white sleeveless T-shirt, loose tan pants and a tan tunic, according to the book.

Despite numerous reports that bin Laden had a weapon and resisted when Navy SEALs entered the room, he was unarmed, writes Owen. He had been fatally wounded before they had entered the room.

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Photo: No Easy Day, cover; (right) Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir interviewing Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan in 1997

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