Skip to comments.Army, local police probe recent mystery deaths of 11 Fort Hood soldiers
Posted on 01/16/2017 5:08:08 AM PST by Beautiful_Gracious_SkiesEdited on 01/16/2017 5:10:52 AM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
The Army and local police are investigating the deaths of 11 Fort Hood soldiers who have died on and off the large Texas base in the past three months under mysterious circumstances, according to reports.
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Someone needs to calculate the odds in relation to the Ft. Hood population.
Obviously it is odd as an investigation has been launched.
We’re some/all of America’s best ready to tell all this coming Friday afternoon?
Equally mysterious, if not more so, are the number of deaths surrounding the Clintons, from early political life, to current times. When will we get investigations on that mystery?
I guess the autopsies gave no clue.
As U.S. military involvement in the Middle East has wound down, the total active-duty force at Fort Hood, which includes deployed soldiers based at the post, has fallen from 50,000 in 2011 to about 40,000...
But who knows how many were actually on base during the past 3 months.
Young people are not ordinarily found “unresponsive” unless they OD. If that was the case, those findings would have been revealed already from the first two deceased soldiers. It must be something else.
No someone needs to find out what is happening
Who dare you?
No touch, no trace?
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Put Jack Reacher on the job.
Perhaps it’s the 21st century version of MK Ultra experimentation.
Humans are stuff to some people would be my cryptic response.
I remember a year when we had about a half dozen+ deaths in my Div. in 2 weeks. (Between bad driving and stupidity) Dumbassed things like standing behind a deuce as it backed against a building, using an APC to keep warm at night by having the engine run, driving a jeep darting in and out in between moving tanks that are creating dust clouds, smoking while transporting powder bags. This was the National Guard at AT, they weren’t in combat in Iraq or Afghanistan. (Any wonder why I went into the AR?)
I'd be very interested to see what assignments the others had.
“Perhaps its the 21st century version of MK Ultra experimentation.”
Our glorious intelligence agencies are loyal and patriotic and would NEVER do anything like that.
They are challenged daily to do a lot of dangerous stuff. From the article, it’s unclear what the four were doing when they were found ‘unresponsive.’
It’s difficult to say from the way the article has been written. These could be coincidences within the population or maybe just one or two of the deaths are out of the ordinary, but not all 11.
If the following 4 soldier deaths are counted among the 11 ‘mysterious’ deaths, I’d say that is a grossly wrong mislabeling of killed in action &/or died of combat wounds:
“Three soldiers from Fort Hood died November 12 in a suicide bomb attack at Bagram air base in Afghanistan: Staff Sgt. John Perry, 30; Private First Class Tyler Iubelt, 20; and Sgt. 1st Class Allan Brown, 46. Brown died of injuries suffered in the attack at Walter Reade National Medical Center in Bethesda Dec. 6, the Houston Chronicle reported Friday.”
“The Army said Sgt. Douglas Riney, who was assigned to Fort Hood, died in Afghanistan Oct. 20 in a firefight with the enemy.:
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