Pentagon Accidentally Posts 10-Year-Old Terror Video To Support Raid

The video was supposed to show off captured intelligence.
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Pentagon Accidentally Posts 10-Year-Old Terror Video To Support Raid

The Department of Defense posted an Al Qaeda video that gave instructions for making explosives.

The U.S. military said it came from a recent raid at an AQAP headquarters in Yemen.

It was supposed to prove how important the captured intel was.

But there's one problem: It's a 10-year-old video

The Department of Defense pulled the video shortly after its age was revealed. 

The Yemen raid cost the lives of both civilians and a Navy SEAL. 

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