Death In Mali

I have been watching this situation and of course writing about it……

On June 4, Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar — a 34-year-old Army Green Beret — was found dead in US Embassy housing in Mali while he was on a secret assignment. Investigators currently believe he was strangled to death — and that two members of SEAL Team 6 may have killed him.

Murder among US service members is relatively rare, but it’s especially shocking to see that the two suspects — Petty Officer Anthony DeDolph, a former professional mixed martial arts fighter, and a still-unnamed sailor, both Melgar’s roommates — form part of one of the most revered military units in the United States. SEAL Team 6 became internationally famous for successfully killing Osama bin Laden in Pakistan on May 2, 2011.

A probe, first reported by the New York Times, is ongoing — and no one has yet been charged with a crime. But it appears the suspected SEALs changed their story and lied about about what happened. The Daily Beast reports that Melgar found out the two SEALs were taking some money designated for an informant fund. The SEALs asked Melgar if he wanted to get involved, but he declined.

https://www.vox.com/world/2017/11/7/16604484/seal-team-6-navy-army-green-beret-murder

This situation is being dragged out because of the “team spirit” thingy…..circle the wagons and protect our own….BS!  If murder was committed then someone needs to pay…..it is truly sad…..American soldier killing another American soldier……

Not much more is known now as it was when this first came to my attention…..https://lobotero.com/2017/11/13/death-in-mali/

Americans killing Americans……

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9 thoughts on “Death In Mali

  1. I doubt there will be a public trial over this issue. Too many truths would be revealed. I suspect those involved may just ‘disappear’.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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