Perhaps I could’ve done some research on this subject but I’m uncharacteristically lazy right now so I didn’t. Can any current or former U.S. military members who read this clue me in here??
I thought members of our military were prohibited from talking about specific missions for a certain period of time; for some reason I do not know, 25 years is what I’m thinking.
I especially thought special forces, like Navy SEALs, had to keep their traps shut about missions. Apparently that’s not the case.
One of the members of SEAL Team 6, who killed
Obama’s Saddam Hussein Osama Usama bin Laden the dude who orchestrated the attacks on September 11th of 2001 has a book coming out.
How is it possible that he can write about that mission only 16 months after it happened? And why is he doing TV interviews?