Matt Bissonette, a former Navy Seal that wrote a book detailing the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden, must pay back everything he has earned from the book to the government.
Mark Bissonneette, who violated a non-disclosure agreement Navy SEALS are subjected to by revealing elements of the raid on Osama bin Laden. Bissonnette, who wrote “No Easy Day” under the pseudonym Mark Owen, will give the U.S. government all profits and royalties from the book or movie rights. The proceeds already total more than $6.6 [...]
A former U.S. Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the daring operation on Osama Bin Laden’s compound in Pakistan has agreed to forfeit $6.8 million in book royalties and speaking fees, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing federal court documents. Matt Bissonnette, who wrote the book...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A former U.S. Navy SEAL who wrote a book about the daring operation on Osama Bin Laden's compound in Pakistan has agreed to forfeit $6.8 million in book royalties and speaking fees, the New York Times reported on Friday, citing federal court documents.
A former Navy SEAL who was involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is now being forced to pay the government $6.6 million for failing to get the book approved by the Department of Defense. Matt Bissonnette, who wrote under the pseudonym Mark Owen, is now being required to give the U.S. Show More Summary
Matt Bissonnette, a former member of Navy SEAL Team 6 who wrote an account of the raid that killed Osama bin Laden, agreed on Friday to forfeit $6.8 million in book royalties and speaking fees and apologized for failing to clear his disclosures with the Pentagon. Show More Summary
Matthew Bissonnette, who wrote a best-seller about the Osama bin Laden raid, has agreed to pay more than $6 million to resolve civil breach of contract claims with the government.
Hamza Bin Laden, son of al-Qaeda founder and former leader Osama Bin Laden, has called for the overthrow of the Saudi government and an end to the US influence on Riyadh, a US-based extremism watchdog said on Wednesday.
Is it hard to believe that Osama bin Laden, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and for that matter Adolf Hitler, Idi Amin, Benito Mussolini were once cute little babies and darling little kids. Can you imagine little Adolf in his Lederhosen and Benito...Show More Summary
Erdo?an now accuses Gülen of heading a terrorist organization and engineering last month’s failed military coup. Would President Obama have accepted an invitation to speak at Osama bin Laden’s birthday party? I ask because in 2013 IShow More Summary
A punk from Jordan created ISIS after embracing radical Islam in jail and teaming up with Osama bin Laden. The terrorist mastermind's name was Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, not Barack Hussein Obama.
The site of the compound in Abbottabad, Pakistan where terrorist Osama bin Laden was tracked to and killed by U.S. Navy SEALs in 2011 is now the subject of a turf war between local municipalities. As it stands, there are two very different ideas of what to do with the place. Read more...
People have used fake elite status cards to skip security lines and a girl once cleared Turkish immigration with her unicorn toy's fake passport. British Airways used to promote their mobile boarding passes with Osama Bin Laden's name on it. Show More Summary
Those looking for insight into the fierce rivalry between al-Qaeda and the Islamic State will want to read a Washington Post interview with a 35-year-old named Mohammed al-Masri. He happens to be the son of Abu Khabab al-Masri, a chemist known as Osama bin Laden's bombmaker who was killed by...
According to newly unclassified documents from the US Department of Defense, Yemeni national Hail Aziz Ahmed al-Maythali, who probably served as a bodyguard to former al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, is cleared for release from the Guantanamo Bay prison.
Al-Nusra Front, once al-Qaeda's offshoot in Syria, has cut ties with the Islamist group founded by Osama bin Laden to become as powerful and independent as Daesh, the terrorist organization that still controls large parts of Iraq and Syria, political analyst Sergei Demidenko told RIA Novosti.
Peak Trump in CO: "General George Patton…he wouldn't be doing e-mails when he's going to be ready to attack." pic.twitter.com/vvf6EKzLyX — Sopan Deb (@SopanDeb) July 29, 2016 Says the GOP presidential candidate who spends hours a day on Twitter. (I owe some commentor a hat tip for the title.) Donald Trump's plan to fight ISIS […]
Al Qaeda’s powerful Syrian branch, the Nusra Front, announced on Thursday it was ending its relationship with the global jihadist network founded by Osama bin Laden, to remove a pretext used by world powers to attack Syrians. The announcement came as Russia and President Bashar al-Assad’s government declared a “humanitarian operation” in the besieged rebel-held […]
The upsurge in smaller "lone wolf" attacks in Europe has sparked a heated debate over Daesh adopting a new strategy to terrorize the EU. However, it seems that Osama Bin Laden's old "strategy of a thousand cuts" has caught a second wind in Europe.
Current trends in military romance both reflect and anticipate events in the nonfictional world. Since the takedown of Osama bin Laden, battalions of romances star SEALs, while the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell has led to a spate of same-sex happy endings.