Images of two of the four U.S. soldiers killed by Islamic militants in Niger last October are being released. National Geographic's "Chain of Command" shows Sgt. La David Johnson and Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright with their unit, which lost two other soldiers in the battle. David Martin reports.
Coming just one month before his death, the small talk between Sgt. La David Johnson and one of his commanders is especially poignant
President Trump continually insists, no matter what the tragedy, that he is the biggest victim — not slain Army Sgt. La David Johnson or his family; not Puerto Rico residents; and not his opponent, who was harmed (not helped, as he was) by Russian meddling in the election. The “dishonest media” (the worst!), Barack Obama, […]
“The American people need to know what happened to Sgt. La David Johnson. And I think that his family needs to know what happened to Sgt. La David Johnson.” Two months after Johnson was killed during a mission in Niger, Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) still has questions. “It’s sort of like a coverup,” she said […]
Sgt. La David T. Johnson, of Miami Gardens, Florida, was killed in the line of duty in Niger.
The family of slain Sgt. La David Johnson has said that they are being left in the dark about the death of their loved one in Niger. Read more...
Sgt. La David T. Johnson wasn't captured alive or executed at close range
New details emerge in the killing of Sgt. La David Johnson, whose death was at the center of a squabble between President Trump and Rep. Wilson.
By chance, a reporter overheard military officials confirm that they believed Sgt. La David Johnson survived the initial ambush in Niger at the heart of a presidential controversy in October — but never released that part of the mysterious story surrounding his death to the public. In a...
The Pentagon says it has recovered additional remains of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, who was among four U.S. soldiers killed in the African nation of Niger in October. Bodies of three of the soldiers were found the same day they were ambushed; Johnson's body was found two days later. Show More Summary
Apparently, there’s still a search on for the remains of Sergeant LaDavid Johnson. The Department of Defense made the following statement; On Nov. 12, 2017, a joint U.S Africa Command military investigation team discovered additional human remains at the site where Sgt. La David T. Johnson’s body was recovered following the Oct. 4 attack. Today, […]
Investigators found additional human remains in early November of U.S. Army Sergeant La David Johnson, who was killed in an ambush last month in Niger along with three other U.S. soldiers, the Pentagon said on Tuesday. The ambush drew attention to the little-known U.S. Show More Summary
A Florida congresswoman is at odds again with the White House over the death of Sgt. La David Johnson.
The Pentagon has announced that on November 12th the Army recovered additional remains of Army Sgt. La David Johnson, a month after his body was found. Remember that Johnson’s widow was not permitted to view his body and she even publicly speculated about what was really in her husband’s coffin. Show More Summary
U.S Army Sgt. La David Johnson was found with his arms tied behind his back and a major wound in the back of his head, indicating he may have been captured and executed in Niger last month, The Washington Post reported, citing local villagers. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Sgt. La David Johnson, one of four American soldiers killed after an ambush in Niger last month, was found with his hands tied after having apparently been executed by militants, villagers say. Tongo Tongo resident Adamou Boubacar tells the Washington Post that children found Johnson's body two days after the...
There is speculation that one of the fallen U.S. soldiers in Niger, Sergeant La David Johnson, may have been killed after getting kidnapped by Islamic extremist fighters. Read more...
CBS News has learned that one of the four American soldiers killed in the ambush in Niger may have been captured by Islamic militants. The Pentagon has not said how Sgt. La David Johnson became separated from the others. Debora Patta reports from Niger.
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...Show More Summary
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