Those people were there. They have the real answers. They know their CIC ordered no help for them - left them for what he was sure would be their violent deaths, while he watched. Dead people don't talk.
He didn't count on those two heroes mucking things up for him.
Whenever such a raid/rescue/hostage situation like this happens, we always see the survivors as they arrive home and get off the plane to cheers and media and interviews, etc.
This time, they were all spirited away, to separate locations according to initial reports, and haven't been heard from since.
And NO ONE is asking where they are or demanding to see them. Why isn't the press , at least, curious?
We don't actually know if they're still alive - or if theose who ‘don't die from injuries sustained’ will only be released on pain of death if they disclose the truth.
Who are they?
Where are they?
And why aren't the commanders who were going to ignore the stand down order and were summarily - and swiftly (within minutes) releived of command -why isn't the committee interested in hearing from THEM, under oath?
ARe we supposed to be satisfied with only the testimonies of those who have already lied their eyeballs off on this?
Perhaps the witness protection program is used in these instances too? Any independent researchers on this case yet?