The man who killed the alleged perpetrator of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 in New York (USA), is facing a life without a job, pension and dignity.
This was revealed by the journalist and Executive Director of the Center for Investigate Reporting, Phil Bronstein, who writes about the “hero” in the March issue of the magazine “Esquire“, in which he just calls this man as The Shooter.
Almost two years later, the member of the U.S. SEAL bodies in Team Six is a secret celebrity with nothing to show for the action: no job, no pension, no recognition outside of a small circle of colleagues, despite of being the man who raised his gun and avenged the death of thousands of people with three accurate shots in the terrorist’s forehead.
Bronstein titled the interview titled: The man who killed Osama bin Laden … is screwed.
The interview drew the attention of the U.S. Navy, which responded in a statement: “We have no information to corroborate these claims. We take very seriously the safety of our people and our responsibility to help the Marines in their transition to civilian life. ”
Bronstein says that this man is cautious about the details of its history but secretly suffers due to multiple factors in his life, including not having health coverage for his family, not receiving any pension because he retired before completing 20 years service, being forced to divorce in order to save some money and move from job to job without knowing how long will it last.
“Suddenly they are trying to fit into a civil world they are unaccustomed to, and which have not been theirs for decades,” said Bronstein. “I think he has nightmares about how he will support his family, and how he will feed them.“