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Topic - Dale Dye
The daring secret mission by elite U.S. forces to get Osama bin Laden will be told in the pages of a new graphic novel that aims to shed more light - with a bit of creative license - on the event.
The daring secret mission to get Osama bin Laden by elite U.S. forces will be told in the pages of a new graphic novel that aims to shed more light _ with a bit of creative license _ on the event.
"Due to entirely appropriate security concerns, there is some creative license in our script," Mr. Dye said.
"People from all parties and from more than one administration made this all possible," Ms. Dye told the Associated Press. "It's an American celebration."