reply to post by Char-Lee
I do not think the Seal Team members who were credited with the capture and death of Bin Laden existed at the time, at least not how they were
If Bin Laden was already dead then there would need to be a way to capitalize on his death. Claiming capture and death during a Black Op would be a
way to do that.
There would need to be ways to tie up the loose ends. It would be easier to publish a completely fake operation than actually tell the lie and later
kill off the military personell involved.
It was also noted that Seal Team Six was not the real name of the Seal group who performed the mission, but the unit would have previously been called
that if the name hadn't already been retired (I believe that is the explanation)
In order to pass off the Bin Laden capture as fact, the loose ends would need to be contained...
Seal Team 6 successfully completes Bin Laden compound raid, where the terrorist leader was killed. He was later given a 'traditional' burial at
A short time later, the members of the Seal team die in a flight accident.
Bin Laden was dead for years, Obama and the US Gov't - along with certain allies - plan to exploit the Bin Laden story to further an agenda.
Seal Team 6 did not exist in the capacity described by the official story. The accident that claimed their lives did not happen, because there were no
soldiers involved in the Bin Laden raid to begin with.
The accident was created as a way to keep further investigation into the raid.
Maybe the Seals had been killed at some point before the raid and had not been confirmed as deceased. This would allow the story of the Bin Laden raid
to be fabricated and allow the subsequent Seal Team accident to be reported as fact.
Maybe the Sealt never existed... or maybe it all happened exactly how they say - I do not believe that.
Just some thoughts I had about the possibilities relative to that whole situation.
I do not mean to offend any current military personell or Seal family members with my specualtions. I know losing a family member in an event where
they are protecting the life and liberty of the American people must be devastating.
Seeing someone speculate on their non-existence, or questioning if the facts of their death are lies, must be frustrating, for that I do apologize.
I do think this type of speculation does need to occur, so that any untruths or deceit offered as a way to manipulate and control the private citizens
will be uncovered - that means questioning how many of our military heros died in service, and that does suck.