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Bin Laden raid book has Pentagon scrambling

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Published on Sep 4, 2012

It has been nearly a decade since the war on terror was launched and the hunt for Osama bin Laden began. The attack on the Twin Towers catapulted the US to occupy Iraq and Afghanistan and eventually raid the compound in Pakistan where Osama bin Laden was shot and killed. A new tell-all book named "No Easy Day" has been published and exposes the details of how the raid went down in May of last year. Morris Davis, a professor for Howard University School of Law,joins us with his take on the legality of the release of the book and to discuss if the author is a hero or a traitor.

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