Two Navy SEALs are being investigated on whether they strangled an Army Green Beret in June while they were in Mali on a secret assignment. As The New York Times shares, 34-year-old Staff Sgt. Logan J. Melgar, a veteran of two tours in Afghanistan, was found dead in the embassy housing he shared in Bamako on June 4. He was there with other Special Operations forces for training and counterterrorism missions in the country.
Melgar was reportedly choked. His death was ruled to be “a homicide by asphyxiation” per sources familar with the autopsy. The two Navy SEALs who are being investigated in the death have not been identified. They were flown out of the country following the incident and have been put on administrative leave.
The Daily Beast shares that it is not clear what caused the attack. According to special operations forces, Melgar