Tuesday, November 22, 2016

U.S. Investigators: Killing Of Three U.S. Soldiers In Jordan Appears To Have Been Deliberate

The three special forces soldiers killed last week in Jordan were identified as Staff Sgts. Matthew Lewellen, Kevin McEnroe and James Moriarty. (Photos courtesy U.S. Army)

Denver Post/Washington Post: Killing of U.S. soldiers in Jordan appears to have been deliberate, investigators say

Officials investigating the slayings of three U.S. soldiers in Jordan this month say they now know precisely how the Americans were killed but still lack a clear explanation for why a Jordanian guard opened fire on the men as they returned to their base from a training mission.

Surveillance video and witness accounts confirm that the soldiers from the 5th Special Forces Group were shot without provocation as they prepared to enter Prince Faisal Air Base in southern Jordan on Nov. 4. Yet, more than two weeks later, no information has emerged linking the guard to extremist groups or causes, according to U.S. and Middle Eastern officials familiar with the ongoing probe.

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WNU Editor: No one is saying it officially .... but it looks like this is an incident of deliberate murder/terrorism.