You have drunk to much of Obama The Jokes Juice Rusty The Retard.But here you go you stupid SOB.What is Obama hiding?<quoted text>None of that is true you gd tard baby. You have sucked too much Faux so now you are Special Ed material.
Run along boy, adults are talking now.
Will a House Committee further torch the legacy of SEAL Team 6?
The crash was the costliest in the history of U.S. Naval Special Warfare, but what really happened to 17 members of U.S. Navy SEAL Team 6? Is Congress really going to investigate? These nagging questions are part of a scheduled U.S. House of Representatives probe in January, that may be nothing but smoke and mirrors.
The truth about their reported fiery death that resulted from a "lucky" strike from a Taliban rocket launcher may be the last thing Congress wants to expose.
As the Western Center for Journalism reports, "After the families attended a several hour military briefing about this 'lucky shot,' describing what happened and why their sons died, they smelled a rat and started digging around." 1
Charlie Strange is the father of Navy SEAL Michael Strange, who lost his life on that tragic day, along with 16 other members of SEAL Team 6 and air crew members from the U.S. Army.
He told me that after the families were gathered by the government after the incident to hear the "details" of their son's deaths, U.S. officials delivered the most stunning blow... the families were told their sons were all cremated immediately due to the severe burns suffered in the crash.
The mortal remains of all sailors and soldiers aboard the ill-fated helicopter, named "Extortion 17" were immediately cremated without permission from the families. Families were told this happened because the bodies were badly burned in the crash. But Charles Strange calls foul. In fact he says the story is a complete lie. Taliban on the ground in fact found the bodies of the crew. The Obama administration cremated everyone in order to cover up something, Western Center for Journalism writes.
No matter what the government tries to say, protocol was totally violated in the handling of the remains of SEAL Team 6 and the aviation soldiers. Charlie Strange discovered the truth of his son's death when he requested a copy of the autopsy report, and unexpectedly received a CD with a photo of his son's body on the ground in Afghanistan. This shocking image shattered the false U.S. claim of the SEALs dying in an aircraft crash and fire. His son's body had damage to one leg but no burns at all.
The process for returning remains from the war involves ice, not fire:
"The service member’s remains are packed in ice inside an aluminum, flag-draped “transfer case” and transported by military cargo plane. When fallen troops return home, they enter the U.S. through Dover Air Force Base in Dover, Del. Upon arrival they are greeted and transferred with great dignity by hearse to the Air Force Mortuary Affairs Operations center at Dover, a short distance away. Those in attendance, including the carry guard, chaplain, and any family members, VIPs, or journalists, follow on foot. The remains undergo all of the necessities of burial preparation at this time, including being clothed in full dress uniform." 3
Where is the part about burning bodies? How do you put a dress uniform on a pile of ashes? "By tradition, the remains travel feet-first whenever they must be moved, and there are military personnel on hand to render honors—standing at attention and saluting—at each transfer point.