British ISIS supporter urges American extremists to execute Navy Seal who killed Osama Bin Laden

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An aerial view, released by the United State Department of Defense May 2, 2011, shows the compound (highlighted) that Osama bin Laden was killed in on Monday in Abbottabad, Pakistan. Bin Laden was killed during a U.S. assault on his Pakistani compound on Monday, then quickly buried at sea, in a dramatic end to the long manhunt for the al Qaeda leader who had become the most powerful symbol of global terrorism. Reuters/Department of Defense/Handout

A British extremist has called on other American extremists to execute the Navy Seal who claimed responsibility for the killing of former Al Qaeda chief, Osama Bin Laden. The ISIS supporter, who claims to be “Mrs Terror” Sally Jones, shared the home address of Robert O’Neill on social media and labelled him as the “number one target.”

Mirror Online, which has been monitoring the social media for more information on the issue, found a text file which has been linked by several people. It contained details on how to find the man on target and kill him.

"I leave this info of Robert O'Neill for my brothers in America and Al Qaeda in the U.S., as a number one target to eventually hunt down and kill," the ISIS supporter wrote. The extremist also lashed at O’Neill for attending seminars and boasting about killing Bin Laden.

"This is what he gets for not shutting his mouth about the operation," she told Mirror Online. "There is more to come."

The ISIS supporter also shared a link to a story on the International Business Times, “Rob O'Neill: 'We Are Not Afraid of Isis' says Osama Bin Laden Shooter's Father,” on her page.

Last year O’Neill shared his first-hand experience in bringing down Osama Bin Laden with the documentary, “The Man Who Killed Osama Bin Laden.”

Reportedly, the 39-year-old was separated from his wife over safety concerns in 2013. "We're actually looking into changing my name," his wife told Esquire in 2013. "Changing the kids' names, taking my husband's name off the house, paying off our cars. Essentially deleting him from our lives, but for safety reasons."

O’Neill has been contacted by the Mirror Online over the issue but he has not yet responded.

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