Apparently it is bad that SEAL team members shot Osama bin Laden more than 100 times.
I should have thought he should have been shot at least 2,977 times as a minimum.
Special operations sources have claimed that the terror leader was shot more than one hundred times in the fatal 2011 raid.
A new report from a website known within the intelligence and armed services community claims that the sheer number of times that Osama bin Laden was shot is the reason why the government has never released photos of his dead body.
Citing two confidential sources, TheÂ Special Operations Forces Situation ReportÂ tells how ‘operator after operator took turns dumping magazines-worth of ammunition into Bin Ladenâs body’.
The site goes on to argue that while the Navy SEALs may have felt it was ‘morally, legally, and ethically appropriate to shoot the body a few times to ensure that he is really dead and no longer a threat,’ that does not justify the extent of this damage.
‘What happened on the Bin Laden raid is beyond excessive.Â The level of excess shown was not about making sure that Bin Laden was no longer a threat.Â The excess was pure self-indulgence,’ author Jack Murphy writes.Â Read more »