Book Hits The Stands: Pentagon Says Ex-SEAL Book Contains Secrets

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no-easy-dayThe Pentagon said today that the new book written by a former Navy SEAL, depicting an insider’s look at the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, contains classified information.

In fact, the admiral who leads the Naval Special Warfare Command claims that details in the new volume may actually provide enemies with dangerous insight into America’s secretive operations. Rear Adm. Sean Pybus said that “hawking details about a mission” and selling other details of SEAL training and operations puts the force and their families at risk.  In a letter Pybus wrote to the approximately 8,000 troops under his command,”For an elite force that should be humble and disciplined for life, we are certainly not appearing to be so. We owe our chain of command much better than this.”

The author was required to submit the book to the Pentagon before publication for a formal review of potential disclosures of such information, according to press secretary George Little, who said that the book, “No Easy Day,” reveals “sensitive and classified” information. He added during a briefing that the Pentagon is still reviewing what legal options should be taken against the author.

{Noam Amdurski-Matzav.com Newscenter}

2 COMMENTS

  1. THE PENTAGON LIES SO THIS MAYBE A LIE AND NOT TO MENTION OBAMA AND HIS CREW GIVES OUT SECRETS LIKE TO VLADIMIR PUTIN AND OTHERS SO WHY IS THIS ANY DIFFERENT?!?!?.WAKE UP AND ELECT MR.MITT

    THANK YOU

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