06 Nov 2014

Navy Seal Who Put Three Rounds Into Bin Laden Going Public

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RobONeill
now retired Senior Chief Petty Officer Rob O’Neill

Independent Journal Review quotes the Daily Mail story which scooped Fox News.

The identity of the Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden has finally been revealed. His name is Rob O’Neill, and his resume reads like it should for one of the most highly trained special operators in the world.

According to the Daily Mail, O’Neill is the one responsible for putting three rounds into the former Al-Qaeda Commander.

O’Neill has served in over 400 combat missions. In addition, he has earned 52 distinguished awards.

He helped in the mission to save the life of Captain Phillips from Somali pirates.

After serving as a SEAL for sixteen years, O’Neill now works as a motivational speaker, sharing his SEAL experience and encouraging others to “Never Quit.”

O’Neill was planning to reveal his identity on Fox News in a few weeks. However, the Daily Mail’s exclusive interview with O’Neill’s father has clearly changed things.

When asked whether he or his family is worried about being targeted by terrorists, O’Neill’s father said they were not concerned, stating, “‘I’ll paint a big target on my front door and say come and get us.”

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bob sykes

He and his family are dead.



JDZ

I’m pretty sure their home is protected by Smith & Wesson.



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