Navy Investigating 2 SEAL Team 6 Members Over Green Beret’s Death

Navy Investigating 2 SEAL Team 6 Members Over Green Beret’s Death:

Many questions about the circumstances surrounding the death of Sergeant La David Johnson remain unanswered, but in a surprising Sunday-afternoon bombshell, the New York Times reported that Navy criminal authorities are investigating whether two members of the Navy’s elite Seal Team 6 strangled to death an Army Green beret on assignment in Mali in June.

The report – which comes completely out of the blue considering Melger’s death wasn’t widely reported when it happened – appears poised to compete with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s purported indictments for space in the coming week’s crowded news cycle.

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Father of Navy SEAL slain in Yemen calls for investigation

Father of SEAL slain in Yemen calls for investigation:

Miami (AFP) – The father of a US Navy SEAL killed in a raid in Yemen criticized President Donald Trump’s decision to give the go-ahead and called for an investigation in an interview published Sunday.

Bill Owens, the father of slain SEAL William “Ryan” Owens, told the Miami Herald he refused to speak with Trump when his son’s flag-draped casket was brought home to Dover Air Force Base aboard a C-17 transport plane.

“I told them I didn’t want to make a scene about it, but my conscience wouldn’t let me talk to him,” Owens said, speaking out for the first time in the interview with the Herald.

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Leaked Military Official Comments Claim Trump’s First Counter-Terror Op Was “Undertaken Without Sufficient Intel… Backup Prep”

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Leaked Military Official Comments Claim Trump’s First Counter-Terror Op Was “Undertaken Without Sufficient Intel… Backup Prep”:

President Trump’s first counter-terrorism operation, that ended in the death of U.S. Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens, was, Reuters reports according to military officials, undertaken without sufficient intelligence, ground support or adequate backup preparations.

U.S. Navy SEAL William “Ryan” Owens was killed in the raid on a branch of al Qaeda, also known as AQAP, in al Bayda province, which the Pentagon said also killed 14 militants. However, medics at the scene said about 30 people, including 10 women and children, were killed.

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Charlie Keating IV, Grandson of Notorious Banker, Identified as Navy SEAL Killed by ISIS

Hmmh.


Charlie Keating IV, Grandson of Notorious Banker, Identified as Navy SEAL Killed by ISIS:

The U.S. Navy SEAL killed by direct fire during an ISIS-led siege in Iraq was identified Tuesday as Charlie Keating IV, a Phoenix high school graduate — and grandson of the banker who came to symbolize America’s savings and loan crisis of the 1980s.

“Our state and nation are in mourning today over the loss of a U.S. serviceman — and one of America’s finest,” Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said in a statement.

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CNN Just Outdid Itself: Banner Reads ‘Seal Who Claims He Killed OBAMA’ (VIDEO)

Over At CNN, Even America’s Seals Have Had It With “Obama”  (ZeroHedge, Nov 8, 2014):

After last week’s midterm elections, the revulsion against 6 years of failed Obama policies, if only for the economy not so much for the S&P500, was plain for all to see (and no, Friday’s seasonally adjusted jobs report “proving” just how well the economy is doing isn’t grounds for a recount). However, little did we know how far anger at Obama has spread, because just when we thought CNN couldn’t get any better… it did.

CNN seal who claims he killed obama under attack

According to the following CNN banner, it wasn’t Osama who is the topic of the latest “Who killed Whom” navy seal scandal. It was the president of the US.

Afghan Hero Behind ‘Lone Survivor’ Film Being Hunted Down By Taliban

Afghan hero behind ‘Lone Survivor’ film being hunted down by Taliban (RT, June 25, 2014):

Despite saving wounded Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell in Afghanistan and helping ‘Lone Survivor’ make tens of millions in profits at the box office, Mohammad Gulab is struggling to protect his family from an endless stream of Taliban attacks.

In 2005, the rural village dweller lived in a small town in the mountainous Kunar province in eastern Afghanistan, along the contentious border with Pakistan. While in the wilderness near his home, Gulab discovered the severely wounded Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell.Shot in the legand suffering from fractures in three vertebrae, Luttrell desperately needed water and medical care after his unit was involved in a firefight with the Taliban. He was the sole survivor from his unit of four.

An ethnic Pashtun, Gulab felt obliged to help the stranger, and carried him to his home where he was given shelter, food, water, and medical attention. Also given was protection from the Taliban, who knew Luttrell was being sheltered in the village, but could not find out where, thanks to the tight-lipped attitude of residents.

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US Special Forces Committing Suicide In Record Numbers

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US Special Ops forces committing suicide in record numbers

US Special Ops forces committing suicide in record numbers (RT, April 19, 2014):

US special forces have been committing suicide at record levels for the last two years, the head of the US Special Operations Command (SOCom) admitted in a speech on Thursday. He blamed the high numbers on the length and difficulty of combat.

“There is a lot of angst. There’s a lot of pressure out there. My soldiers have been fighting now for 12, 13 years in hard combat. Hard combat,” Adm. William McRaven, the head of SOCom, said at a conference in Florida. “And anybody that has spent any time in this war has been changed by it. It’s that simple.”

Since the beginning of the wars in Afghanistan in 2001 and Iraq in 2003, military troops – including special forces units like Navy SEALs and Army Rangers – have endured multiple deployments. Military suicides increased across the board during that time, to the point that suicides (349) outpaced combat deaths (311) in 2012, according to a Guardian analysis in 2013.

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Navy Seals Take Over North-Korea-Flagged Oil Tanker In Libya

Navy Seals Take Over North-Korea-Flagged Oil Tanker In Libya (ZeroHedge, March 17, 2014):

Tensions around the North-Korea-flagged tanker that “illegally” obtained oil from rebels who hold a Libyan port have been escalating for the last week. However, The BBC reports that overnight US forces, at the request of both the Libyan and Cypriot governments, boarded and took control of the commercial tanker Morning Glory. The raid by Navy Seals took place in international waters south of Cyprus, said spokesman Rear Adm John Kirby. The US Seals operated from the USS Roosevelt, a guided missile destroyer, which “provided helicopter support and served as a command and control and support platform” and are now in “full control” of the vessell carrying 234,000 barrels of illicity-obtained oil. The message is clear – don’t mess with the Petrodollar.

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