'I Killed Osama Bin Laden': A 5.56mm Bullet Tells His Story
WASHINGTON D.C. — Just days after former Navy SEAL Team 6 member Rob O'Neill kicked off an ugly row by saying that he killed Osama bin Laden, a single 5.56mm bullet has stepped forward to claim responsibility.
Sources confirmed the copper-jacketed lead NATO-compliant projectile — which hails from Lake City Army Ammunition Plant in northeastern Missouri — claims that both O'Neill's and former SEAL Matt Bissonnette's accounts of the raid on bin Laden's Abbottobad compound in 2011 are completely false.
"Bissonnette's a liar," the bullet explained in an exclusive interview with Fox News' Megyn Kelly. "Not only a liar but a damn liar. He and O'Neill didn't do a thing to kill that terrorist scum. Me entering that goat-lover's cranium at 900 meters a second did! And let me tell you, the human brain is a disgusting place."
The bullet also revealed that his announcement had spurred a criminal investigation by the Pentagon, which accuses him of disclosing classified ballistics. "Things have worked…
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