SEAL who killed bin Laden describes lack of US support since the raid2/11/2013
The man who killed Osama bin Laden is broke and struggling, bound by a code of silence and afraid for his life. In an interview for Esquire magazine, the ex-Navy SEAL says he’s been unable to find a job and feels duty-bound to remain silent about his career’s signal achievement. The shooter describes his difficulties in reintegrating, which are compounded by a surprising lack of support from the Navy and the US government. He can't tell anyone what he did, so his actions won't help him get a job. He can't reap financial rewards over the raid, though movie producers are getting rich from it. His family lives in constant fear of retaliation, and his wife is planning to "delete" him from their lives because of it, but the government has no witness-protection-style program for them. We think it's too bad he isn't eligible for the U.S. government's $25 million bounty on bin Laden. [Source]
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