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If there is one movie everyone has had an opinion on this Oscar season, it's "Zero Dark Thirty." With folks like ex-cia director Leon Panetta and filmmaker Michael Moore among the many, many, many pundits, politicians, observers and more weighing in about the film, its portrayal of torture and more, even the filmmakers have had to get in the fray, with director Kathryn Bigelow and screenwriter Mark Boal forced to remind folks that this is a movie, not a documentary and that depiction is not endorsement. But here's thing -- so far no one who has praised or defended the film was on the ground, but now, one man who was in the midst of action, has seen the movie. Esquire managed to track down the Navy Seal who actually killed Osama Bin Laden in a rather fascinating, must read profile that reveals, among other things, that he's living on »

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