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Soldier Who Made Bin Laden Not Alive Anymore Too Drunk to Fly

On Sunday, Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill, the man who made sure that Osama bin Laden never played checkers again, was forced to deplane an American Airlines flight at Nashville International Airport (BNA) after allegedly becoming too drunk to fly. According to eyewitnesses, O’Neill verbally abused an American Airlines employee before falling unconscious, and continued being belligerent upon waking up before police were summoned to help remove him.

No arrests have reportedly been made at this time.

To read more on this story, go to TMZ.

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ExplorerWannabe March 5, 2018

I agree with the previous posters. Whoever wrote this headline is an idiot. Bin Laden was going for or already had his weapon in hand. That's not an execution.

J S March 2, 2018

Who writes these headlines? This is not the first that has been completely wrong.

WillTravel4Food March 1, 2018

Pot-aye-toe, pot-ah-toe. Sure he shouldn't have been verbally abusive of the FAs, but still. This guy has earned his free pass.

bigbuy March 1, 2018

If I see this guy in an airport, I will gladly buy him a drink.

1120 March 1, 2018

Well if we’re going to play this game, Merriam-Webster uses this definition: “to put to death especially in compliance with a legal sentence” UBL was not tried in a court of law; he was targeted as a military combatant following his role in major attacks on US military and civilian targets. Another point that the author missed - O’Neill was a sailor and not a soldier.