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Topic - Christine Ball
A member of the U.S. Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden has written a firsthand account of the operation, triggering more questions about the possible public release of classified information involving the historic assault of the terrorist leader's compound in Pakistan.
"His first and only one will be on '60 Minutes' this Sunday," Ms. Ball, a publicist at Penguin Group, which includes the Dutton imprint that published "No Easy Day," told The Washington Times. "Once his name broke, we decided not to pursue other media due to security reasons."