The first-term Republican congressman and former Navy SEAL gave some much needed straight talk about the morally bankrupt politics of supporting a man accused of sexually assaulting children. Source: The Hill Republican Rep. Scott Taylor...Show More Summary
Our partners at Military Phonies share their work on this fellow Edwin William “Billy” Bedford. I guess he’s an instructor for truck drivers, but he uses his class time to tell wild stories about being a Navy Lieutenant Commander and a SEAL according to disenchanted students; And, of course, there’s a tattoo and a cap; […]
Republican Rep. Scott Taylor of Virginia said he didn't "feel comfortable" with Roy Moore's response to allegations of sexual misconduct. "The 14-year-old girl that was there, I can tell you right now if it was my daughter, I'd break his face, I'd break his fingers, and I'd probably do a lot worse," Taylor said. Show More Summary
Rep. Scott Taylor (R-VA) on Wednesday blasted Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore over charges he preyed on underage and teenage girls, telling CNN’s John Berman if one of his alleged victims had been his daughter, “I’d break his face.” “Now the president goes as far as to say he may campaign for...
Republican Rep. Scott Taylor of Virginia said he didn't "feel comfortable" with Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore's response to allegations of sexual misconduct with underage girls. "The 14-year-old girl that was there, I...Show More Summary
Haven’t posted here in a while, but I need some help from you folks so… The wife and I are wintering in Florida and this powerful urge is becoming to much for me to bear so I’ve decided to give in to it. I need help figuring out where to get all them pins and […]
Ryan Benoit says he prepared for fellow UFC flyweight Ashkan Mokhtarian as if his opponent were the best grappler and the best striker in the world.Filed under: News, Radio Highlight, UFC, Videos
One of the Navy's elite special operators was killed during a reported spearfishing accident in Africa earlier this month.
GOOD LORD: Green Beret killed by strangulation reportedly turned down illegal money from Navy SEALs.
WASHINGTON — One of the Navy SEALs being investigated in the death of a Green Beret in Africa told a witness that he "choked [him] out" in the pre-dawn hours of June 4 and that he and another SEAL were out "to get back" at the victim for a perceived offense that night, according to documents from an Army investigation obtained by NBC News. Show More Summary
Two Navy SEALs reportedly being investigated over the death of an Army Green Beret in Mali are accused of killing him after he learned they had been allegedly stealing. Two special operations sources who remained unnamed told the Daily...Show More Summary
U.S. Army special forces soldier Ssgt. Logan Melgar was killed in Mali by two Navy SEALs after he discovered that the commandos were conducting an unauthorized operation of their own, which involved siphoning money from a fund set up to pay informants. It was originally reported that on June 4, Melgar was found dead inside of a U.S. Show More Summary
The revelations that the SEAL commandos have been under suspicion of stealing money from a fund used to pay informants shed light on a potential motive in the mysterious Mali death.
It sounds like something out of the plot of a mob movie: Two corrupt government employees offer a third party who discovers one of their schemes a cut of the profits. When he refuses to accept their dirty money, he is promptly “taken care of." Unfortunately, that fictitious trope is suspiciously close to reality in the strangulation death of Sgt. Show More Summary
Since both Fox News and the Daily Beast are already reporting this, I thought it was probably apropos to mention it here. Recent reports indicate there may be more to the recent incident regarding 2 Navy SEALs and one Army Green Beret that happened in Mali. That incident left the Green Beret, SSG Logan J. […]
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The accused SEALs told their bosses the slain soldier had been drinking and died while practicing combat exercises, but no signs of drugs or alcohol were found.
A jarring story emerged last month about US special operations forces: Two Navy SEALs are under investigation in the death of an Army Green Beret in the African nation of Mali. Details on a potential motive have been scant, but the Daily Beast has talked to five special-ops sources to...
Logan Melgar hadn’t had a drink on June 4. The Green Beret sergeant’s dry day became a key to unraveling the narrative spun by the elite Navy commandos whom military investigators now suspect killed him, officials familiar with the case said. … Continued
The mysterious death of US Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar is under scrutiny after the Green Beret, who was killed by strangulation, reportedly declined to accept money from a dubious scheme. Nike paid the NBA $1 billion to use its uniforms,...Show More Summary