Esquire Magazine story on SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden

The Navy SEAL who reportedly shot and killed bin Laden in the Abbottabad, Pakistan compound has allegedly quit the force, just a few years short of his 20 years of service to receive a full pension. The Esquire story is confounding military insiders while the magazine asks why the military is leaving the SEAL high and dry without a pension or just compensation for such a momentous achievement. John Carlson airs excerpts of an NBC interview with the Esquire writer, then talks listener phone calls shedding light on the status of this infamous SEAL.

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