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Old 11-14-2017, 07:16 AM   #1
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Green Beret Was Killed After Discovering Navy SEALs' Illicit Cash Scheme

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. Logan Melgar, a green beret who was found dead back in June while he was participating in a special forces mission in Mali, where a cohort of US military “advisers” have been assisting French and local forces in rooting out terrorist groups affiliated with the Islamic State and Al Qaeda.

According to the Daily Beast, military investigators now suspect that two of Melgar’s colleagues who were members of the elite Navy SEAL team six murdered him after he discovered they were illegally skimming money from a fund used to pay informants. The SEALS offered to cut him in, but Melgar declined, according to the Daily Beast’s sources.

A few days later, he was found dead.

Nobody knows - or at least nobody would tell the DB - what specifically started the June 4 altercation at 5 am. But the fight quickly escalated and ended with Melgar losing consciousness. He also stopped breathing. The SEALs attempted to open an airway in Melgar’s throat, officials said. It is unknown whether Melgar died immediately. The SEALs and another Green Beret, according to former AFRICOM officials, drove to a nearby French clinic seeking help. Melgar was dead when he arrived at the clinic, the official said. Asphyxiation was the cause of death. While his death was initially ruled an accident, NCIS investigators now suspect that he was strangled to death. Melgar had been working directly with the SEALs during the intelligence mission in Mali.

The fact that the SEALs apparently did such a poor job of covering their tracks has greatly aided investigators. With Melgar dead, an apparent panic set in. The SEALs told superiors that Melgar was drunk during so-called combatives—that is, hand-to-hand fighting exercises - and that he was becoming dangerously violent. However, Petty Officer Anthony E. DeDolph, one of the SEALs, was a mixed-martial arts pro. A source told The Daily Beast the SEALs filed at least one operational report about the incident and possibly two. At least one of the reports included an account that Melgar was drunk.

However, when an autopsy was performed, doctors found no signs that Melgar had been drinking or using drugs at the time of his death. At least one of the DB’s sources said Melgar didn’t drink alcohol. Another said it was “the worst excuse they [the SEALs] could’ve possibly come up with."

At least one Africa Command official said Brig. Gen. Donald Bolduc, then commander of Special Operations Command-Africa, was skeptical of the initial reports of Melgar’s death from the outset. He alerted Army Criminal Investigation Command and told commanders in Mali to preserve evidence.

Melgar’s wife, Michelle, was also suspicious. She raised concerns about the cause of death and allegations of drinking, including providing investigators emails sent by her husband about problems he was having with the SEALs.

But perhaps the most disturbing detail provided by Michelle Melgar was the account of a phone call she shared with her late husband just days before his death. Melgar told his wife that he had a bad feeling about two of his SEAL team partners.

Not wanting to say much more, Melgar said he’d fill Michelle in on the rest of the story when he got back home.

Military officials interviewed by the DB were hard-pressed to come up with another example of elite US special forces troops turning on each other like this.

Just 34 years old when he died, Melgar, a Texan, was an Afghanistan veteran twice over. His hometown paper, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, reported that Melgar was a 2006 graduate of Texas Tech. He enlisted in 2012 and joined the Army as an 18X - an off-the-street Special Forces recruit. He graduated from the Special Forces Qualification course in 2016.

“Staff Sgt. Melgar did what most only dream of and excelled at every turn!” wrote a Melgar family representative on social media. “His life was epic! He is missed dearly every single day, but his legacy lives on."

As the Daily Beast explains, the US has a “minimal” troop presence in Mali - much smaller than the 800 troops in neighboring Niger, another West African nation that hosts a sizable special operations cadre.

The special operations forces “advisers” aid US diplomats, Malian soldiers and their French partners in gathering intelligence on a confluence of capable local militants trending Islamist. As the elite troops do in so many countries, they operate in the shadows, with comparatively little oversight - and what their actions actually look like on the ground can be much dirtier than the heroic image the Pentagon prefers to portray.

Of course, Melgar’s death isn’t the only suspicious death of a green beret in Africa this year. Last month, four green berets were killed in Niger after reportedly being ambushed by Al Qaeda-affiliated militants.

After lawmakers and the soldiers’ families demanded more information on exactly what happened, it was revealed a few days ago that the body of Sgt. La David Johnson was discovered in a state suggesting he had been captured and then executed, according to eyewitness accounts. Readers might remember Johnson as the soldier at the center of the Donald Trump “condolence call” controversy that occupied headlines for about a week last month as Trump feuded with a Florida Congresswoman who had been friendly with Johnson’s family.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-1...it-cash-scheme
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Saddens me to hear this.
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I don't know any SEAL's, or Green Berets, but I know a couple of former SAS guys.

This kind of story is not that unusual, I suspect. Not because special forces folks are bad guys, or anything...but they seem to sort of flip on and off like a circuit breaker....instantly full on, instantly full off.

I've also heard a couple of stories about what goes on during SAS special ops, things that may not seem so "heroic" to the general public. Things like killing every living thing in a village...including women and children. There are reasons why you have to do that sort of thing from time to time.

From what I gather, special ops is mostly misery and stress, like having diarhea in your observation post and trying to keep it quiet and catch it in a baggie while it splatters all over your arms, followed by high stress situations where you have to do some things that are not very heroic, whatever it takes to achieve the mission, and on occasion losing a brother in the process. Planting bombs in places of worship to create friction between religous or ethnic groups, stuff like that.

I wonder how it feels to be one of those guys, drawing whatever paycheck you draw, while handing scumbags, terrorists, and drug lords bags of cash for information. I suspect many special ops units pocket a lot of that cash instead of it going to it's intended purpose, and I wouldn't blame them a bit for it.

Now, imagine another guy comes in, doesn't want to play the game, and becomes a "rat", a "narc". Yeah...I can totally see how the guys I know would choke him to death.

Mind you, I'm not saying the Green Beret guy had it coming, especially since I have personal connection to Lubbock, and this story makes me very, very sad. I am just saying that the world of special ops is nothing like the movies and TV, according to my friends, and much more like this story...a dirty, dangerous world where there are no heroes, just guys that do whatever it takes to accomplish the mission.

I think maybe the Green Beret guy was the wrong guy in the wrong place. His own integrity got him killed.
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That's some messed up shit but doesn't really surprise me either. If what these SEALS did is in fact true, they need to go to prison for life. Snuffing the life out of a fellow soldier over money, does it get more corrupt than that?

On another note, this is a very, very bad idea and I see only bad things happening.

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That's some messed up shit but doesn't really surprise me either. If what these SEALS did is in fact true, they need to go to prison for life. Snuffing the life out of a fellow soldier over money, does it get more corrupt than that?

On another note, this is a very, very bad idea and I see only bad things happening.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017...ing-goals.html
It's either that or the draft.

Young people aren't so eager to sign up any more knowing that they will actually have to go to war somewhere.

You have to get the bodies from somewhere if you wnt to keep your foreign policy goals going.
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I don't know any SEAL's, or Green Berets, but I know a couple of former SAS guys.

This kind of story is not that unusual, I suspect. Not because special forces folks are bad guys, or anything...but they seem to sort of flip on and off like a circuit breaker....instantly full on, instantly full off.

I've also heard a couple of stories about what goes on during SAS special ops, things that may not seem so "heroic" to the general public. Things like killing every living thing in a village...including women and children. There are reasons why you have to do that sort of thing from time to time.

From what I gather, special ops is mostly misery and stress, like having diarhea in your observation post and trying to keep it quiet and catch it in a baggie while it splatters all over your arms, followed by high stress situations where you have to do some things that are not very heroic, whatever it takes to achieve the mission, and on occasion losing a brother in the process. Planting bombs in places of worship to create friction between religous or ethnic groups, stuff like that.

I wonder how it feels to be one of those guys, drawing whatever paycheck you draw, while handing scumbags, terrorists, and drug lords bags of cash for information. I suspect many special ops units pocket a lot of that cash instead of it going to it's intended purpose, and I wouldn't blame them a bit for it.

Now, imagine another guy comes in, doesn't want to play the game, and becomes a "rat", a "narc". Yeah...I can totally see how the guys I know would choke him to death.

Mind you, I'm not saying the Green Beret guy had it coming, especially since I have personal connection to Lubbock, and this story makes me very, very sad. I am just saying that the world of special ops is nothing like the movies and TV, according to my friends, and much more like this story...a dirty, dangerous world where there are no heroes, just guys that do whatever it takes to accomplish the mission.

I think maybe the Green Beret guy was the wrong guy in the wrong place. His own integrity got him killed.
Can see all of this happening.
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Pat Tillman discovered sketchy things in Afghanistan, was alarmed, told his family about it...and then poof...friendly fired (oxymoronic) upon.

Yeah, this doesn't surprise me at all.

A good friend of mine has an ex brother in law that is a Seal. 100% asshole apparently.
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Some updates...

U.S. Military Launches Broad Investigation of SEAL Team 6 After Green Beret Killing in Mali

A criminal investigation into the death of Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, who was killed last June while deployed in Bamako, Mali, has prompted a broad internal military audit and investigation into SEAL Team 6, according to a military official and two others briefed on the case.

Investigators suspect the two SEALs being investigated in the Melgar case were stealing cash from operational funds used for informants and other contingencies while deployed. The new investigation aims to determine whether such thefts are a routine practice among the members of the elite counterterrorism unit, according to the military official and two other people familiar with the financial investigation. All three sources requested anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation. The SEALs have denied stealing the cash.

The additional investigation sheds new light on the homicide case, which gained national attention last fall, and threatens to further tarnish the reputation of SEAL Team 6, the U.S. military’s most storied and mythologized command.

Melgar, staff sergeant of the 3rd Special Forces Group, died last June after being allegedly “choked out” by SEAL Team 6 operator Anthony DeDolph as fellow SEAL Adam Matthews watched. Investigators from the Naval Criminal Investigative Service have finished interviewing witnesses, and one of the military officials said the case was expected to be handed over to the Navy for a decision of whether to prosecute DeDolph and Matthews. NCIS had no comment, citing an ongoing investigation. The Navy declined to make DeDolph and Matthews available for comment.

The two SEALs were assigned to SEAL Team 6’s Silver Squadron and deployed to Mali as part of a counterterrorism task force for the Joint Special Operations Command. The SEALs conducted intelligence-gathering and training missions inside Mali and were based at the U.S. Embassy in Bamako.

DeDolph and Matthews brought Melgar, with whom they had shared embassy housing, to a medical clinic in the early-morning hours of June 4 last year. Melgar was unconscious and not breathing. The two SEALs claimed they had found Melgar in that condition and tried to resuscitate him with an emergency tracheotomy. Melgar was pronounced dead at the clinic.

Much of the early stage of the investigation was spent unwinding the two SEALs’s conflicting statements about how Melgar died.

Initially, DeDolph and Matthews told investigators that Melgar had been intoxicated earlier in the evening. Later, a medical examiner determined that Melgar had no alcohol or drugs in his system at the time of his death. The medical examiner concluded that he had died as a result of “homicide by asphyxiation” — strangulation. According to two people who have reviewed the medical examiner’s report, Melgar’s throat and upper torso appeared to have been mutilated, an apparent result of a poorly executed tracheotomy by DeDolph, a SEAL medic.

After the medical examiner concluded that Melgar had been strangled to death and had not been intoxicated at the time of his death, the SEALs told military officials that DeDolph, a former professional mixed martial arts fighter, had accidentally choked Melgar during a late-night sparring match in their shared apartment. Melgar’s wife told investigators that her husband did not practice mixed martial arts or otherwise participate in recreational sparring. Eventually, the SEALs changed their story again, according to two individuals briefed on the investigation.

DeDolph and Matthews told investigators that tension between them and Melgar had been building for weeks, and they ended up in a physical confrontation. The cause of that fight is now at the heart of the case.

A longtime Special Operations consultant who has been briefed on the investigation said Melgar had discovered that the SEALs were stealing cash from the informants fund and told them he was going to report their activity.

One witness told the NCIS that Melgar had been with DeDolph and Matthews earlier in the evening of June 4, but had returned to their shared apartment and made a video call to his wife, according to a person familiar with the investigation. Both requested anonymity to avoid compromising the investigation. Melgar had told his wife the two SEALs wanted him to participate in something, but he had refused. He apparently did not describe exactly what the SEALs were pressuring him to do. A few hours later, Melgar was dead.

The SEALs have denied that they were stealing from the informant cash, according to a person who has been briefed on the investigation. DeDolph and Matthews have claimed to investigators that it was Melgar who had been stealing the cash and that they had confronted the Green Beret about the illicit activity.

Cash in amounts ranging from $20,000 to $60,000 are used for gathering intelligence through informants, or other contingency needs. The use of such funds often requires little more than a handwritten receipt. According to several former members of SEAL Team 6, the contingency funds and informant money have been frequently pilfered by members of the unit.

“The system is ripe for abuse,” said one former SEAL Team 6 leader. “We knew this money wasn’t being tracked, and guys were stuffing their pockets.”

While SEAL Team 6 is best known as the unit that killed Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in 2011, the unit also has a dark history of war crimes and cover-ups. The Melgar case is not the first time members of the unit have been accused of stealing money on missions or lying to protect their teammates when missions have gone bad.

In 2009, after rescuing Capt. Richard Phillips from Somali pirates, two SEAL Team 6 operators were suspected of stealing $30,000 in cash from the lifeboat where the pirates were holding Phillips hostage. The FBI and NCIS conducted an investigation, which included polygraphing the two suspected SEALs, but no charges were filed and the money was never recovered.

Then, in October 2010, during an attempt to rescue hostage Linda Norgrove, a British aid worker who was working for the British intelligence service MI6 in Afghanistan, a SEAL Team 6 operator accidentally killed Norgrove with a grenade. While Norgrove’s death was inadvertent, the use of a grenade in a hostage rescue was against SEAL Team 6 procedures. The operator and a second SEAL lied about throwing a grenade, attempting to cover up the mistake, according to a former SEAL Team 6 commander with direct knowledge of the events. After JSOC officials reviewed video footage of the operations and confronted the operators, a third SEAL operator admitted a grenade had been used and was likely responsible for Norgrove’s death. Three members of the unit were disciplined, though none were charged with any crimes.

The attempted cover-up angered former SEAL Team 6 officer Adm. William McRaven, then head of JSOC, who punished the three SEALs involved and later warned senior officers in the special operations community that the cover-up demonstrated a serious problem at SEAL Team 6. According to a former SEAL Team 6 commander who discussed the case with McRaven, members of SEAL Team 6 had prioritized protecting their teammates from accusations of misconduct over their mission.

https://theintercept.com/2018/02/07/...en-beret-mali/


More coverage regarding "The Wedding Party Massacre', et al...

https://theintercept.com/2017/01/10/...f-seal-team-6/

And, to give the other side fair coverage...

SEAL Team 6 Responds to The Intercept’s Investigation of Its War Crimes

https://theintercept.com/2017/01/18/...ts-war-crimes/
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