Saturday, August 25, 2012

Fox News is helping al-Quaida assassins find Navy Seal on mission that killed Bin Laden

The president of Fox News, Roger Ailes, who installed
bombproof glass in his NYC offices to protect him from gay
activists, has allowed his network to publish the name of one
of the Navy Seals who got to Bin Laden, thereby recklessly
endangering his life.
NBC now reports death threats against the previously-anonymous Navy Seal who has written, under a pseudonym, a book about Seal Team Six's killing of Osama Bin Laden.
     The "Al-Fidaa" web forum, which al-Qaida uses to distribute its media and public communications, is already publishing assasination threats said Evan Kohlmann, an NBC News consultant and a terrorism analyst at Flashpoint Partners, a global security firm.
      From NBC:
Fox News Fox News on Thursday identified the author of the book, which is titled "No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission That Killed Osama bin Laden," as a 36-year-old former SEAL from XXXXXXXXX, Alaska. The Associated Press later said it had confirmed the author’s identity. (NBC News is not identifying the former SEAL.)

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