Obama's Navy Seal Plan: Secret Mission to Kill Bin Laden Revealed

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While other so-called "news outlets" focused on our president's birth certificate and later the legitimacy of Bin Laden's death, here at New Times, we had our White House correspondent on a mission of top priority.

What we uncovered are the top-secret blueprints used by Navy Seal Team 6 for its operation to take down the most wanted man in the world, Osama Bin Laden.

Although we can't verify the authenticity of these blueprints until our Expert Team of Blueprint Experts (ETBE) gathers more intel and comes back with its findings, we will still release these to you -- the public -- and let you make your own decision.

Behold: the secret blueprints of the Obama administration.

Although the mission went as planned, the final trap set for Bin Laden was unsuccessful after one of the team members shot him in the face.

Illustrations by Alvaro Diaz-Rubio.

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