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U.S. officials checking copy of soon-to-be published book ‘No Easy Day,’ an ex-Navy SEAL’s account of raid that killed Osama bin Laden

Pentagon regulations stipulate that retired personnel, former employees and non-active duty members of the Reserves “shall use the DoD security review process to ensure that information they submit for public release does not compromise national security.”

Pentagon officials say that if they determine the manuscript reveals classified information about the raid, the Pentagon would “defer to the Department of Justice.”

If there is classified information in the book, the former SEAL could face criminal charges.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/u-s-officials-checking-copy-soon-to-be-published-book-easy-day-a-navy-seal-account-raid-killed-osama-bin-laden-article-1.1145960#ixzz24qiAkQyB

 

 

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