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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

The soldier who killed Bin Laden is out and uninsured pension

The special forces soldier who killed Osama Bin Laden left the U.S. military last September and is now struggling to survive . No public health insurance and do not know who will pay the pension. In an interview with 'Esquire', complains about the mistreatment of veterans. A reporter ended up befriending him and got accepted tell her story in exchange for keeping the secret of his identity.article starts with the sentence: "The man who shot and killed Osama Bin Laden sitting in a wicker chair in my backyard, wondering how he would feed his wife and children or pay for their health care." The military, which only identifies the journal as 'The Shooter' ('the shooter'), entered the U.S. Navy with 19 years and ensures that ended in the recruiting office just to recover from a broken heart. "Al Qaeda is beheaded because they broke my heart " , he jokes.


After hundreds of missions over the operation of the SEALs more crucial in its history. Although the Pentagon never identified the man who pulled the trigger, several military confirmed it was him. A witness at his side says he went into the bedroom on the third floor, where Bin Laden was with his wives and he faced only the most wanted terrorist . But until the witness had stayed behind. Details only has the military shooter. The murderer of Bin Laden decided to retire from the army in September last year and is still suffering the difficulties of returning to normal life. A fellow SEALs team, Matt Bissonnette, has written a book about the operation under the pseudonym Mark Owen, but who pulled the trigger says something violates the code of professional discretion expected of special forces . Also expose your family to attacks by extremists and government reports. But after 16 years in the army, the man who killed Bin Laden does not know what to work on . He has done some work as a consultant for video games. Says it has no right to a pension or any insurance Pentagon.Not even enjoy special protection, she says in 'Esquire'. The government only provides health insurance for 180 days for those who left the Pentagon and only if you agree to stay in the reserves. He does not want to touch a gun, but asked if he had a month of extra insurance to pay for expensive medical care for injuries and illnesses that have left special missions. "The answer was 'no, you're not active, the coverage has ended, thank you for your 16 years, fuck you,' " he explains. He left the SEALs on a Friday. At midnight and one minute and had no insurance. Now has hired private insurance , but that does not cover all treatments for his extensive body aches and impaired vision. Neither is entitled to any pension. If it had been four years in the army, would receive half of his basic salary. The White House gave no names of the members of the team that killed bin Laden, the 'Team 6', but the military protagonist thinks of changing the name for fear of reprisals . The 'shooter' rejected the plan that offered the SEALs. "They said they could give me a job driving a beer truck in Milwaukee , said. would have a false identity and could not ever talk again with most of his family and his friends. "We would lose everything," he says.

So Osama died

Jessica Chastain plays the leader of the SEALs in 'Darkest Night'.
Jessica Chastain plays the leader of the SEALs in 'Darkest Night'.

The magazine also tells how the mission began, when the April 1, 2011 the Special Forces Command called the team at its headquarters in Virginia Beach. "On the first day of 'briefing', lied to us, were very ambiguous . They mentioned a submarine cable, the earthquake in Japan or other follies. hinted on Libya, "he says. A couple of weeks later in a room of a CIA base in North Carolina, a SEAL commander said the truth: "We are closer than ever to OBL". And then a CIA agent, the heroine immortalized in the film 'The Darkest Night' , gave a talk with the details."'Yes,' he said. 'We got it.'s him. has been the work of my life.'m convinced '" says the soldier. The Pentagon also had considered bombing the strength or organize a joint operation with Pakistan, but feared that bin Laden was hiding in a bunker, which had no evidence of his death and kill innocents around. He preferred the SEALs. The star joked that time: "There is a 90% chance that this is a one-day mission. Going to die, so let's do this right." In his last weekend home bought some Prada sunglasses $ 350 because he thought he was dying and wanted to do "with some style". The shooter ironic about those days, but just wants to talk about when he had to say goodbye to his wife and children . "I would not never see these children," he says. The scene of the mission portrayed in 'Esquire' resembles the script of 'The Darkest Night', which was assisted by the CIA. "When we entered the main building, there was a hallway with rooms on either side. had women screaming down . had seen shoot others were nervous. saw a little girl about five years crying in a corner , in the first room to the right as we climbed. I approached her, grabbed her and took her to another woman in the room on the left. had like 15 people down, all sleeping in one room. were two bodies, "says the shooter. Calling a son of bin Laden the U.S. military trick and got the most wanted terrorist was left alone in the room where the shooter entered. "Bin Laden was there standing. Had his hands on the shoulders of a woman , which was pushed, not just towards me but towards the mess hall. was his youngest wife, Amal. seemed confused. was much higher than expected, "said the soldier. "while I do thin it is, how high is and how short is the beard . wore one of those white caps, but was almost completely shaved head, "says the only U.S. man present in that room.Some details reported by fellow author of the book do not match, but the military, according to 'Esquire', was the only one present at the death of Bin Laden. The SEAL still counts as if it was happening before his eyes: "I'm there staring opposite. has a gun on the shelf beside the typical machine gun for which he is famous. moves forward. do not know if the woman has pump and a belt is pushing martyrdom ... Then shot him twice in the face. Bap! Bap! falls the second time. collapses in front of his bed and shot him again. Bap!, in the same place." The shooter says: "As I watched last breath, I thought, is this the best thing I've ever done or the worst? This is for real. Shit". Since the SEALs reached the third floor until the military killed Bin Laden spent "maybe 15 seconds."


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