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Meet Robert O’Neill, The Former US Navy Seal Who Allegedly Killed Osama Bin Laden In 2011 (PHOTOS)

Osama bin Laden was killed during the operation in 2011, and the guy named as Robert O'Neill is a motivational speaker, Fox News contributor, and former United States Navy SEAL who was part in the raid that killed him. 

Additionally, on September 11, 2001, Osama bin Laden, who will never be forgotten, carried out the deadliest foreign terrorist strike on the United States that the country has ever experienced, known as the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center Twin Towers. 

However, for several years, the true identity of the man who killed the former Al Qaeda leader remained a mystery to the public because, according to Navy SEAL protocol, no one claims sole responsibility for any successful mission; rather, they all refer to it as a team effort for which all of the credit is equally shared by all of the participants. 

The anonymous SEAL who was the first to dive through the doorway of bin Laden's bedroom and shoot the terrorist leader as he stood in darkness behind his youngest wife, however, was confirmed by O'Neill in an interview with news reporters nearly three years later. 

Despite this, there have been rumors that Robert was fired from the Navy SEALs after releasing the information that he was the officer who killed Osama bin Laden and took personal credit for the operation. 

Finally, what do you have to say about Robert O'Neil's decision to reveal that he was the one who shot Osama bin Laden in the head rather than keeping it a secret as he had previously stated? Do you agree that dismissing him was the best course of action on the part of the US Navy?

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