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Before Osama bin Laden was killed by US forces in 2011, his lingering influence in Afghanistan and Pakistan remained a pressing concern for the CIA. The plan was to fight bin Laden and his evil ideology with toys. Specifically, the CIA called upon famed toymaker Donald Levine — the father of G.I. Joe —  to […]

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On May 2nd, 2011, Osama bin Laden was killed by United States special forces. But photos used to verify bin Ladens identity (and confirm his death) have never been released publicly. Now, a newly obtained email from Admiral William McRaven reveals that military officials went out of their way to prevent any images of the graphic […]

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Three senior US Navy intelligence officials are under investigation for an alleged scheme to defraud the military for $1.6 million. The three civilian officials are suspected of contracting the purchase of rifle silencers for 200 times their manufacturing costs from a car mechanic in California, purportedly for use by the elite SEAL Team Six unit […]

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