U.S. ARMY STAFF SGT. LOGAN MELGAR. STRANGLED.
Too many Americans place too much faith in the members of the American military. The services under Obama were heavily politicized and deliberately turned as nonwhite as possible.
The stresses and strains created by diversity are well known. The murder of Sgt. Melgar, pictured above, would be unusual in and of itself. The fact that two unidentified Navy Seals are suspects is incredible.
New York Post
Two members of the Navy’s elite SEAL Team 6 are being investigated for strangling a Green Beret while he was on assignment in Mali in June, according to a report on Sunday.
Navy criminal investigators launched an investigation into the commandos after Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, a veteran of two deployments to Afghanistan, was found dead on June 4 in embassy housing he shared with other Special Operations forces, the New York Times reported.
Melgar’s superiors in Germany suspected foul play and immediately sent an investigator to the scene, the newspaper reported.
The Army’s Criminal Investigation Command examined the circumstances around the 34-year-old Melgar’s death for months and then turned it over to the Naval Criminal Investigative Service.
No one has been charged in Melgar’s death, but two Navy SEALs, who have not been identified, have been removed from Mali and placed on administrative leave, the report said.
Melgar’s death was ruled a homicide — strangulation.
A spokesman for NCIS, said he couldn’t comment on an ongoing investigation.
The revelations about Melgar’s death come as four American soldiers were killed earlier this month in an ambush in Niger, African.
SEAL Team 6 carried out the mission that killed al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in 2011.
The American military today is increasingly an army of paid nonwhite mercenaries, not in the service for patriotic reasons, but for economic ones. Expect more dirty deeds from the mercenaries in the future.