Saturday, November 08, 2014
Seal Team 6 In A Nutshell: They Were All The Victims Of A Hoax
After former Navy Seal Team 6 member Robert O'Neill went public this week with claims he was the special forces member who shot and killed Osama bin Laden in that Pakistani compound on May 2, 2011, his account is being heavily disputed by other members of the special forces team, including Matt Bissonnette, the author of "No Easy Day," who found himself in deep trouble with the Department of Defense for writing a book containing details about the special operations mission without first obtaining the military's approval. Others claim Bissonnette fired the first shot at the person they believed was bin Laden, which was likely fatal, and O'Neill and one other member of the team fired several more shots into his body after he had been taken down by Bissonnette's shot.
I have mixed feelings about InfoWars' Alex Jones, but I think he has provided the most accurate information on what really happened before, during and after the raid than any other news reports you will find in the mainstream media. In the video above, he and his colleague make a compelling case the Navy Seals are the victims of an elaborate hoax. The evidence is compelling that bin Laden died shortly after U.S. troops invaded Afghanistan following the 9/11 attacks in 2001. Intelligence sources knew bin Laden was extremely ill prior to 9/11 and had traveled to a hospital in Dubai for 10 days of treatment at an American-run hospital where he was interviewed by a CIA officer.
The person at this compound the Navy Seals believed was bin Laden was likely just one of several doubles bin Laden had who slightly resembled him. The decision-makers in Washington who sent them on that mission knew that fact and these poor members of Seal Team 6 were simply part of an elaborate hoax to make the American people believe bin Laden was killed on May 2, 2011, almost a decade after he actually died. A number of them have died under unusual circumstances following the raid, perhaps because of what they know, and the government's narrative about what happened has been a work in progress in the days, months and years following it. It is astounding that Bissonnette and O'Neill have spoken so publicly about what they claim happened during the raid when they are all supposedly sworn to secrecy as a condition to service as members of these special forces teams. Unfortunately, the entire ordeal has brought discredit to an elite special services team that deserves better.