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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Saturday, April 17, 2021

Evidence in Marine special operations case stalled again by Pentagon’s censor | Marine Corps Times

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Author Fred Galvin has claimed that the Pentagon is regularly ignoring requests from the military for unclassified information in order to protect senior leaders who have been accused of transgressions. Despite the Freedom Of Information Act of 1967 and Congress calling for more transparency and accountability, they continue to disregard these requests in order to save face. Galvin also discusses a case from 2007 when he was serving as a task force commander where there was an ambush against a Marine Special Operation Task Force.

Source: https://www.marinecorpstimes.com/opinion/2020/07/15/evidence-in-marine-special-operations-case-stalled-again-by-pentagons-censor/

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