Final letter to Major-General Cleveland from our cause site

Major-General Cleveland, I respect your past service and sacrifice to our great nation. It disappoints me to see such a great soldier, elite warrior, and leader of men become a pawn, easily swayed into trading in loyalty to his own men and the pride of the…Read More

McCabe, third Seal found NOT GUILTY

Sorry this bulletin has been delayed by problems with Facebook applications. I assume most of you have heard the news already. The trials are finally over and all three Seals have been found NOT GUILTY of any wrong doing. Story below from Marcelyn…Read More

US clears 2nd Navy SEAL in Iraqi abuse case

After a daylong trial and fewer than two hours considering the evidence, Navy Judge Cmdr. Tierny Carlos found Petty Officer 2nd Class Jonathan Keefe of Yorktown, Virginia, not guilty of dereliction of duty, a spokesman said. It was the second verdict in as…Read More

Feds Drop Lying Charges Against 2 SEALs, But More Charges Remain

Feds Drop Lying Charges Against 2 SEALs, But More Charges Remain FOXNews.com The government has dropped false statement charges against two Navy SEALs accused of mistreating an Iraqi detainee, but more charges remain for the team that captured and…Read More

Case Against 3 SEALs Weakens (Washington Times 29MAR2010).....Rowan Scarborough

Cracks are beginning to appear in the military's prosecution of three Navy SEALs accused of striking a most-wanted terrorism suspect they had captured in Iraq. Maj. Gen. Charles Cleveland last week signed grants of immunity for five Navy colleagues of the…Read More

Ruling could benefit Seals in Iraqi assault case-27MAR2010

NORFOLK Prosecutors handling the courts-martial of two local Navy SEALs charged with not stopping a teammate's alleged assault on an Iraqi detainee faced another setback Friday. Cmdr. Tierney Carlos agreed to exclude a statement made by one of the SEALs to…Read More

Lips UnSEALed: Seal trial takes a twist (NEW YORK POST 21 MAR 10)...Maureen Callahan

The military officer who brought charges against three Navy SEALs allegedly involved in injuring a terrorist has agreed to grant immunity to five witnesses -- who are expected to exonerate the accused men, a lawyer for one of the SEALs told The Post. Army…Read More
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