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By now you've asked yourself how did it happen? Navy seal snipers shot three pirates to death in the dark of night, at a considerable distance and two of rounds that killed the pirates actually penetrated a surface they could not see through. Or could they? Aside from the deadly accuracy from long range that they practice, today's sophisticated military weaponry and night-time visual aids give them a distinct advantage. One source said this type of strikes happen all the time, we just don't hear about them.
The death of Osama bin Laden yielded an instant, very vocal response from the American public. As soon as the Twittersphere began spreading the news, impromptu festivals popped up in public venues throughout the country -- including the president's back yard -- to celebrate the end of the terrorist's reign.