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Monday, April 19, 2021

U.S. MILITARY LAUNCHES BROAD INVESTIGATION OF SEAL TEAM 6 AFTER GREEN BERET KILLING IN MALI | The Intercept

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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.

Army Staff Sgt. Logan J. Melgar, a Green Beret whose death is being investigated by the Navy Criminal Investigative Service.

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.

Source: U.S. MILITARY LAUNCHES BROAD INVESTIGATION OF SEAL TEAM 6 AFTER GREEN BERET KILLING IN MALI | The Intercept

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