aaron's fact paragraph-
When a random person in Pakistan heard a helicopter above him, he started
tweeting about it. A government official who was monitoring twitter for this
very reason saw this tweet and thought “What if it’s bin Laden?” He asked the
leader of the team assigned to find bin Laden to send out the team to Pakistan.
They searched around the sight of the sound and heard from a passerby that he
heard a helicopter last night moving towards a luxury hotel. When they headed to
the hotel, they found bin Laden relaxing
and took him by surprise.
mile's fact paragraph-
year ago a man in Pakistan saw American army men break
into a compound. Not knowing it
was a raid on Osama bin Laden’s compound. Soon he heard a helicopter crash to
the ground somewhere out of sight.
Soon a Pakistani woman tweeted about that an American helicopter had crashed
only a few miles away from her house.
Goodale, Gloria. "Bin Laden Fallout: How Abbottabad Tweets Reveal Changes in
Modern Warfare." Christian Science Monitor 5 May 2011, sec. 5/5/2011,
pN.PAG, 1p: 1-1. Newspaper Source Plus -- Publications. Web. 30 Sept. 2012.
Ben's citaition- Anderson, Stephanie. "Everything You Need to Know- and Much More." Canberra
Times 26 Dec. 2011: 21. Print. "In May, social media gave the
world a window into the raid on the Osama bin Laden compound
Athar began inadvertently live-tweeting the event."
miles' citation-- Archive & annotate page Chumach, M. C. (2011, May 2). Man uknowingly live
tweets raid on osama bin