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Message Subject Watch as it Develops - The Staged War Against Islamists in Northern Mali
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A very interesting find by Chrit that goes back half a year.

On July 8 the Washington Post reported the story of the April 20 death of three U.S. Special Operations Forces service members in Mali, a North African country known for a growing Islamic insurgency, and more recently the scene of a coup in March. The soldiers’ deaths are believed to be the result of vehicle accident, as their rented Toyota Land Cruiser went off a bridge in the pre-dawn hours, and plunged into the Niger River.

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 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


We've been on the Mali trail for awhile ...

On the 1st page of this thread is link & long excerpt from the July 8th Washington Post article.

Thread: Watch as it Develops - The Staged War Against Islamists in Northern Mali (7th post on the Thread)

That article was one of the main reasons I started this thread...
 Quoting: DarbyDoom


chuckle
Thanks Darby, time goes by fast.
 Quoting: insertfunnyusername


Thanks for bringing the article back up. It's a really long piece & I've never mentioned what set me off...

Three US soldiers will killed in a car crash. Moroccan prostitutes were supposedly also killed in the car. So, the official story makes them look like sleaze bags who died while while drinking and whoring. However, the guys were special ops guys & whatever they were doing when they died, they were posthumously awarded medals. The article has several interviews w/ family/friends who know the official story is BS but also realize they'll never know the truth. I think it's awful that these men were killed, defamed, and that there are families who will never know what happened to their loved ones.

Everytime I meet someone who claims to be "in the know" I ask about the Bamako car crash. I've never gotten an answer.
 
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