Fox News Lands First Interview With Bin Laden Shooter

Osama Bin Laden Portrait - P 2012
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Osama Bin Laden Portrait - P 2012

The exclusive talk with the Navy SEAL will be part of a two-part documentary set to air next month

Fox News has landed the first interview with the man who killed Osama bin Laden, which will be part of a two-night documentary airing on Nov. 11-12.

In the special, titled The Man Who Killed Usama Bin Laden, the Navy SEAL who says he fired the shots that killed Bin Laden, also known as "The Shooter," will reveal his identity and speak out publicly for the first time.

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The shooter will describe the events leading up to and during the raid that took place in May 2011, including his elite training and involvement in Operation Neptune Spear, the mission that killed bin Laden. He'll also offer his first-hand account of what happened during the SEAL Team 6 raid. Fox News promises that the documentary will include never-before-shared details.

The Navy SEAL will recall confronting bin Laden, the leader's final moments and what happened when he took his last breath. The documentary will also include a behind-the-scenes look at the secret ceremony where bin Laden's killer donated the shirt he was wearing during the mission to the 9/11 museum in New York.

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The raid that led to the death of the Al Qaeda mastermind has already been the subject of the films Zero Dark Thirty and SEAL Team 6 and the book No Easy Day, written by a former Navy SEAL, under the pseudonym of Mark Owen.

Fox News' special is set to air from 10-11 p.m. ET on both nights and will be hosted by the network's Washington correspondent Peter Doocy.

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