Family Members Continue to Question Seal Team 6 Helicopter Crash

The Liberty Beat

By: Derrick Broze

Two years since the crash of a SEAL Team 6 helicopter, family members and military commanders still have questions. Larry Klayman of the nonprofit watchdog Freedom Watch obtained some documents through recent court battles and is now suing the federal government to force the release of more relevant documents. According to documents provided to The Washington Times the helicopter’s landing zone was not vetted for threats, and top commanders apparently criticized the mission as rushed. After meeting with some family members, Representative Darrell Issa is said to be making inquiries into the matter.

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