“How could we lose more men in one mission than in the entire history of the Navy SEALS, & no one has been held accountable for it?”
22 members of Navy SEAL Team 6 died shortly after their unit killed Osama bin Laden.
One father of one of the SEALs told Savage in a radio interview he believed the U.S. government sent his son & his colleagues to their deaths. Claiming that on at least three separate occasions his son grabbed him by the bicep & announced that he had prepared his will, knowing that he & his SEAL team were going to meet his demise.
“They knew,” the father states. “They knew something was up. Every one of them.”
Talk show host Michael Savage is relentless in his pursuit to uncover the truth about why all the members of the Seal team that ‘took out Bin Laden’ have died.
In 2001, FOX News falsely reported that Bin Laden had died at his mountain hideout.
In 2002, CNN reported his supposed death from kidney disease.
In 2006, it’s ABC turn.
Anonymous Investigates in 2015
May 5th, 2011
The Navy Times reports that the SEAL Team Six (DevGru) Squadron that assaulted Osama bin Laden’s compound was the Red Squadron. SEAL Team Six is a “Tier 1” special unit, equivalent to the Army’s 1st Special Forces Operational Detachment. It is separated by four line squadrons: Blue, Gold, Red, & the recently formed Silver Squadrons. There is also a strategic reconnaissance element named Black Squadron, however it’s apparently in a class of its’ own. Red Squadron was chosen for the mission because it was readily available, & of the 50 or so operators in Red Squadron, about half were picked.
May 7th, 2011
In a report from Press TV, Mohammad Zia, a government official in Abbottabad, stated that the man killed at the compound was not Osama Bin Laden. He stated this in a video that has since been removed from YouTube. The account of the user who uploaded the video has disappeared as well.
Award winning investigative journalist and political writer, Seymour Hersh, has also stated that the U.S. lied about Bin Laden’s death. According to Hersh’s report, Bin Laden had been secretly held prisoner by the Pakistanis since 2006, & the Pakistani government helped the U.S. stage the raid on his compound. In the interview below, editor of Veterans Today, Mike Harris, claims that both the U.S. account & Hersh’s account are wrong, that Bin Laden died in 2001 of kidney failure, which if true, would mean the previous reports of his kidney disease were accurate.
August 6, 2011
A Chinook helicopter carrying 38 people, including 22 U.S. Navy SEALS which mostly consisted of SEAL Team Six members, crashed in Afghanistan, killing everyone on board. The helicopter was reported to have been shot down by Afghan insurgents while it was on its way to provide back-up to troops on the ground. It was hit by a rocket-propelled grenade in an incident that has been described as a “target of opportunity” for the Taliban.
The Pentagon has provided family members with incomplete and contradictory information, according to Charles Strange, father of one of the killed soldiers, leading to even more questions. The family has demanded an investigation into the helicopter crash, & according to a 2013 article from The Hill, Congress did just that.
Documents provided to the families indicate that the Pentagon doesn’t believe the SEALs were targeted in the wake of the bin Laden operation on May 1, 2011. In a transcript, a Department of Defense official disputed claims that there was an “established ambush.” The official states, “It was a lucky shot of a low-level fighter that happened to be living [in the area]. He heard all the activity & he happened to be in the right spot.”
The shot itself was also described as “blind luck” since an RPG’s aim is highly inaccurate. The death toll in the crash was the largest of any single incident for the U.S. military during the Afghanistan war.
Chris Kyle was said to have been the US’ deadliest sniper.
What do you think happened?