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Did Navy SEAL Author Truly Breach Confidentiality?

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The book No Easy Day gives a Navy SEAL's account of Osama bin Laden's death, an operation he participated in. It can be found on bookstore shelves now — just over a year after the raid. One major reason the book came out so quickly is that it was not submitted for Pentagon review. Audie Cornish talks with attorney Mark Zaid about what that SEAL may be up against for skipping the official vetting process.
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