Extortion 17

If the accusations being made by the Extortion 17 families are true, the Obama Administration is guilty of 38 murders.

May 10, 2013: Parents of Aaron Vaughn interviewed by Megan Kelly

Extortion 17 could be a bigger scandal and betrayal of Americans than Benghazi. While Benghazi resulted in four American deaths, Extortion 17 resulted in 38 deaths, including nearly two dozen Navy SEALs.

Many of these SEALs were made famous, credited with the killing of Osama bin Laden.

The Chinook helicopter they were aboard was shot down by Taliban forces, which written testimony confirms knew the elite forces were coming into the area.

Extortion 17 was the helicopter’s call sign.

Families are going after the Obama administration for what they believe were leaks that led to their family members’ deaths.

According to Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform subcommittee on National Security, “We’re going to dive into this.”

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15 responses to “Extortion 17

  1. This really is the biggest scandal, or perhaps the 2nd next to Benghazi. Lots of outrage to go around here.

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  2. Ting

    I am terrified by this to tell you the truth. It really looks bad to me and I know it has to have you climbing the walls with worry for your loved ones, Chrissy.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      You got that right. And I HATE how unhappy they are with the military since Obama took over. They see the Leftist crap up close and in person.

      I remember one thing I heard but didn’t report here because I couldn’t verify it as more than military gossip. But knowing what we do know about Captain Zero, I totally believe it.

      Remember when a Medal of Honor soldier refused to come to the White House because he didn’t want Obama to hand him the medal?

      Gossip was Obama tried to have the medal rescinded. But the MoH is granted by Congress, which told RCOTUS to screw himself.

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      • I like the way you’re starting to use RCOTUS for POTUS now. I’m going to start doing the same thing. Maybe it’ll stick. On the other hand, I hate to besmerch the noble profession of rodeo clown that way.

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        • I hear you. I’m not a fan of rodeos, but I have no reason to believe that most rodeo clowns are anything but nice normal people who just chose a rather unusual profession.

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          • chrissythehyphenated

            I don’t like rodeos either … too much dust! LOL But so far as I’ve heard, rodeo clowns are the real heroes of the whole show. It’s their job to DRAW the raging bulls away from the riders who fall off them. As in … act like bait. Hello Bull … chase ME! chase ME!

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            • I remember seeing an old “Help Wanted” ad for the Pony Express, the last line of which was “Orphans preferred.” If I were advertising jobs for rodeo clowns I’d probably add that stipulation as well.

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          At least they know how to take a pie in the face without screaming RAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACISM.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      “a story that has remained largely under the mainstream media radar,” … aka, EVERYTHING of any real importance that has happened in this country since 2006.

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    • chrissythehyphenated

      This breaks my heart. “As soon as Joe Biden announced that it was a SEAL Team who took out Bin Laden, within 24 hours, my son called me and I rarely ever heard him sound afraid in his adult life…. He said, ‘Mom, you need to wipe your social media clean…your life is in danger, our lives are in danger, so clean it up right now.'”

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      • Absolutely. It may or may not be bigger than Benghazi; both events show a demonic level of disregard for U.S.fighting men and women by the WH and State. But this whole helicopter attack incident shows evidence of unthinkable levels of corruption at the top. I’ve told my boys not to serve under this regime because of it (even though one is wanting to enlist), and if I had been serving when it happened, I would have resigned my commision and gone to Leavenworth rather than obey a single order that comes from this CiC. Like you say, this was just heart-wrenching. I hope that when this bastard is impeached or imprisoned, this failed mission is one of the main nails in his coffin.

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        • chrissythehyphenated

          It’s easy to say you would put refusing to serve under a corrupt CINC ahead of everything. My kids have weighed the alternatives, which include impoverishing their dependents and abandoning their comrades in arms, and chosen to stay in and do the best they can in an increasingly bad situation.

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          • You’re absolutely right to point out that such decisions are complex, and not to be judged lightly. I don’t blame your kids for sticking with their buddies and folks who need them. I was being rash in speaking so absolutely, but I meant it that I would prefer to make that decision. We are never completely free to act strictly on principle as long as we have loved ones.

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      • Yeah, that made me pretty sick too… and I don’t even have a child in the service.

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