US military wants ban on book describing OBL raid

Friday, November 18th, 2011 7:26:06 by


The United States military is trying hard to get banned a book describing the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden. The book has been written by a former Navy SEAL who claims he has the real version of events.

“It’s just not true,” US Special Operations Command spokes­man Colonel Tim Nye said. “It’s not how it happened.”

Colonel Tim Nye said the account given by the United States of America’s President, Barrack Obama, is the accurate one and the book is based on falsehoods.

The book though is full of conspiracy theories that tell many different aspects of the situation that have been kept out of the media spotlight by the American establishment and international media. It attacks
the Obama White House over handling of the affair.

Written by Chuck Pfarrer’s, the book titled ‘SEAL Target Geronimo’ claims a different set of events took place on the night of Osama’s killing than the one endorsed by the White House. Chuck says that the claim
by Obama officials that Osama was shot within 90 seconds of the SEALs landing in his compound is completely inaccurate.


Pfarrer claims the American administration’s account of events is fictional and damaging the reputation of the SEALs that took part in the operation. He has accused Obama of staging the hurried announcement
of the incident to secure political mileage.


Pfarrer’s book has proved a big hit with it breaking into Amazon’s top 20 book sales list last week. The author claims that to be proof of its authenticity as the readers realize what actually went on. He said
he relied on firsthand accounts for the book.


“I have truth on my side,” Pfarrer said. “I spoke to the guys on the ground and in the secondary bird,” he added, referring to the chopper full of a second SEAL team that was there to rescue the first if it
came under attack.”

The Pentagon however is vehemently denying all charges.

“This is a fabrication,” Nye countered, issuing an on-the-record denial on behalf of Navy SEAL Admiral Bill McRaven, who took command of all special ops this summer.

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