Supreme Court To Decide Who Actually Shot Bin Laden
by Hugh Jashol
October 13, 2019
It finally happened. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in the controversy over “Who Shot Bin Laden.” The debate has exploded in recent years.
“With the SEAL book market now completely saturated, the only way to move product is to either exaggerate our own stories, or take credit for someone else’s,” explained Petty Officer Fourth Class Sam Sheppard (no relation to the actor), a 13-year veteran of the Teams.
“This has to get done now,” explained an anonymous Navy SEAL Lieutenant Commander. “If we wait until another liberal judge is added to the Supreme Court, no one will ever be able to claim credit for the Bin Laden raid. Tens of millions of dollars of book deals, product endorsements, and are on the line!”
Article 107 News will provide updates as the case develops.
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