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Previously, the command had required only a frontal shot and a profile of each dead militant. But hidden behind the heroic narratives is a darker, more troubling story of “revenge ops,” unjustified killings, mutilations, and other atrocities — a pattern of criminal violence that emerged soon after the Afghan war began and was tolerated and covered up by the command’s leadership. … He later told his teammates that it was possible one arm was twitching reflexively as he died, but otherwise he was effectively dead and not a threat. Afghanistan’s Paktia province is about the size of New Hampshire, with 10,000-foot ridgelines and arid valleys with dried riverbeds below, nestled along the border with Pakistan’s tribal areas. Diversity helps governments contemplate complex challenges. “The SEALs believe that they can handle the discipline themselves, that’s equal to or greater than what the criminal justice system would give to the person,” said Susan Raser, a retired Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent who led the agency’s criminal division but did not investigate this mission. I shot him, finished him. After securing several detainees and cordoning the area, Hyder and his men waited for their helicopters to arrive and extract them. The vehicles were headed east toward the Pakistani border, as if they were trying to escape. He’d left the SEALs before the worst of the atrocities had taken place, though his former teammates would occasionally call him to report what was happening on deployments. After a joint British-American investigation into the operation identified the failures and recommended that only the SEAL who threw the grenade be punished, McRaven personally traveled to Dam Neck and determined that all three SEALs involved in the cover-up should be thrown out of SEAL Team 6. Unlike the hundreds of other assaults SEAL Team 6 had carried out in Iraq and Afghanistan, in which the operators would plan and carry out a raid within a matter of hours, this time they had weeks to prepare. The operation commanded high-level interest because Norgrove, though in Afghanistan as an aid worker for DAI, an American NGO, secretly worked with Britain’s MI-6, according to four U.S. military and intelligence sources. “I deny it,” he said, adding that he didn’t understand why Heath would have claimed to have witnessed it. Consequently, the SEALs initially reported to JSOC senior leaders that Norgrove had been killed by her captors. BOMBSHELL recordings prove they had Seal Team Six EXECUTED to cover up deep state crimes. Szymanski, according to these sources, was directed by Moore to make the episode disappear. Created in 1980 and based at the Dam Neck Annex of Naval Air Station Oceana near Virginia Beach, the command prided itself on its culture of nonconformity with the larger military. Evidence was presented that Slabinski gave an order to shoot all the men they encountered during another raid, whether or not they were armed. It was really good therapy for everybody who was there.”. The falsehoods, both significant and slight, demonstrate that even when conducting the most important missions, SEAL Team 6 was unable to rise above the culture of deceit, personal enrichment, and self-aggrandizement that has corrupted a fighting unit legendary for its discipline and code of honor. By then, there was no question about whether the attempted beheading had occurred; the question was why. Inside the command, the incident became known as the Wedding Party bombing after it was learned that the convoy was driving to a wedding. For some of Howard’s men, however, the hatchets soon became more than symbolic as they were used at times to hack dead fighters in Iraq and Afghanistan. O’Neill then fired two rounds. “Several of us confronted the officers,” said one former noncommissioned officer who tried to stop the criminal behavior. Heath fired once, hitting the man, sending him tumbling down the back side of the small rise. No issues with that. I’m telling you the absolute truth.”, After the deployment, SEAL Team 6’s leadership examined Hyder’s actions during Objective Bull. Bottom: McRaven, left, and Capt. Against this backdrop, in 2006, Hugh Wyman Howard III, a descendant of an admiral and himself a Naval Academy graduate, took command of Red Squadron and its roughly 50 operators. Red watched bin Laden fall. Within hours, news trucks and reporters fanned out through the seaside town looking for anything affiliated with Navy SEALs. ‘You guys want to play with those rules?’ ‘OK.’” Although this former SEAL acknowledged that war crimes are wrong, he understood how they happen. Outside the main entrance stands a 30-foot trident sculpted out of a fragment of the World Trade Center. On the afternoon of March 6, 2002, Lt. Cmdr. Instead of helping search and secure the second floor, both headed to the third floor, hoping to get a chance for the historic kill. But what happened during Objective Bull, the assault on the convoy in the Shah-i-Kot Valley, has never been previously reported. The former teammates both hit the press circuit, each telling reporters off the record that the other was a liar. Jan 28, 2017 #26 Michael Howze said: Let's say all of this is true. Two of these sources told me that the British government informed SEAL Team 6 mission planners that Norgrove worked for the spy agency, and that they had been tracking her movements since the abduction. Some of those photographs, especially those taken of casualties from 2005 through 2008, show deceased enemy combatants with their skulls split open by a rifle or pistol round at the upper forehead, exposing their brain matter. SEAL Team 6 patches. Clockwise from top left: Blue Squadron, known as the Pirates; Gold Squadron, known as the Crusaders or Knights; Red Squadron, known as the Redmen; and Silver Squadron. But in 1998, after intervention by a senior officer at Dam Neck, Howard was given a slot on Green Team. Slabinski told MacPherson that Wolverine had been “really good payback.”, “Just a phenomenal, phenomenal day. The squadron’s commanding officer recorded it on a cellphone. It happens in war. It was then that both Bissonnette and O’Neill hung back on the stairway. During the first deployments in both Iraq and Afghanistan, it was common practice to take fingers, scalp, or skin from slain enemy combatants for identification purposes. Asked for comment, the British government told The Intercept that it does not comment on security matters and would “neither confirm nor deny” that Norgrove worked for the intelligence agency. Unlike the SEALs, the man was not wearing night-vision goggles. One result of the growth was that back in Virginia, the captain in command of the entire 300-SEAL force had far less oversight over tactical battlefield decisions. He was allowed to return to the regular SEAL teams. The two Chinooks landed separately, one near each end of the convoy. Moore did not respond to requests for comment. The “admiral’s mast” was an unprecedented disciplinary action at the command, which had always been allowed to discipline itself. “He reminded us all that our first loyalty was to the Constitution.”. Bissonnette claimed he shot and killed al Kuwaiti and had fired bullets into bin Laden on the third floor. “It ruined some of these guys,” said the former SEAL operator on the mission. The flight took 90 minutes, and as the Black Hawk Bissonnette rode in approached the compound walls, it effectively slammed on the brakes. One retired senior SEAL Team 6 leader was there who led the unit during the early years of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. Red Team, known as the Redmen, employed a Native American warrior as a mascot; Blue Team, known as the Pirates, wore the Jolly Roger; and Gold Team, known as the Crusaders or Knights, wore a lion or a crusader’s cross. Made up of no more than 200 SEAL operators when the Afghan war began, SEAL Team 6 was the lesser known of the U.S. military’s elite “special mission” units. During a late-night raid at a northern Kunar compound, Silver Squadron operators killed several captors but accidentally killed Norgrove when an inexperienced SEAL threw a fragment grenade at one of the captors. The vehicles were headed east toward the Pakistani border, as if they were trying to escape. “The SEALs believe that they can handle the discipline themselves, that’s equal to or greater than what the criminal justice system would give to the person,” said Susan Raser, a retired Naval Criminal Investigative Service agent who led the agency’s criminal division but did not investigate this mission. Slabinski retired from the military in 2014 after 25 years in the Navy. In that operation, Hyder led a team of Red operators on a nighttime mission to capture suspected al Qaeda militants in a compound. Overall, it had become clear that Slabinski’s run as a leader on the battlefield caused Blue Squadron to come “off the rails,” according to a former SEAL Team 6 leader. They didn’t know it, but Roberts was already dead, shot at close range in the head shortly after his helicopter departed the mountaintop. After three or four deployments in, you need more to get that stimulation. The operation’s team leader believed that a suicide vest had been detonated by one of the captors, and two Silver Squadron operators initially withheld the fact that a grenade had been thrown. Your teammates beside and behind you will cover all the other possible angles and areas of a room as you move forward. Vasely later told investigators he saw the operator moving his hand back and forth over the militant’s neck in a sawing motion. Most would speak about the unit only on background or without attribution, because nearly every facet of SEAL Team 6 is classified. The extreme risks they take forge extreme bonds. In the last year of her harsh sentence, the NSA whistleblower’s bid for clemency is gaining backers. The truth about what happened in bin Laden’s bedroom may never be fully known. Canoeing was just one of several acts of mutilation frequently carried out by SEALs. Red Team, known as the Redmen, employed a Native American warrior as a mascot; Blue Team, known as the Pirates, wore the Jolly Roger; and Gold Team, known as the Crusaders or Knights, wore a lion or a crusader’s cross. After the bodies were recovered, Hyder and the other members of Red Team were forced to reckon with the mutilation and near beheading of their fellow SEAL. After 90 minutes, as the helicopters were nearing the rendezvous point, one of the SEALs alerted Hyder that an old man who had been lying in a ditch nearby was walking toward the SEALs’ position. “It didn’t make a difference. After the SEALs tried blowing the building’s gated front door, someone inside fired several rounds out a window. [ARCHIVED THREAD] - The Intercept: The Crimes of SEAL Team 6 (Page 1 of 4) ARCHIVED; Previous Page. Bottom right: Candid photo of U.S. Navy SEAL Neil Roberts. And afterwards, we added the psychological warfare.”. McRaven’s new orders set off a struggle between the JSOC commander and SEAL Team 6’s enlisted ranks that played out in a series of high-profile hostage rescues ordered by President Obama. According to this source, after shooting the man, who turned out to be unarmed, Hyder proceeded to mutilate his body by stomping in his already damaged skull. Most of the operators held a meeting to discuss what had happened on the mission. “Somebody else is making this up. “It’s important that you put this stuff in context,” the CIA officer said. Then, as two of bin Laden’s eldest daughters began to scream, Red quickly corralled them at the doorway, a move considered heroic by other SEALs on the mission. But this started in 2002 and continued through the wars. “They were disgusted.” He quoted Heath as saying, “I’m morally flexible but I can’t handle that.” Heath refused to comment for this article. Officers like Hyder, who did not pass through the brutal SEAL Team 6 internal training program, known as Green Team, are often viewed with suspicion and occasionally contempt by the enlisted SEAL operators. I’m telling you the absolute truth.”, After the deployment, SEAL Team 6’s leadership examined Hyder’s actions during Objective Bull. Disclaimer: I am a massive cheerleader for the SEAL Teams and think what they do is incredible...as such, I am quite liberal as to what I think is permissible. “It was a mess.”. The battle of Roberts Ridge, as it came to be known, has been frequently described in books and press accounts. “Iraq was a different kind of war — nothing we’d ever seen,” said the now-retired Team 6 leader. After blowing open the iron gate blocking the main stairway, the lead assaulters, among them Bissonnette and O’Neill, followed the operator known as Red up the stairs. But the directive had another benefit. The operational tempo was very high. You really do. “But they are a great way of being part of a team. We shoot ’em. Three weeks after the incident, NCIS closed its investigation, concluding that there was no evidence the SEAL had violated the laws of armed conflict. Senior leaders at the command knew about the misconduct and did little to eradicate it. A third of the guys literally think they’re Apache warriors, then you had the Muslim way of removing a head. Historically, SEAL Team 6 is known as a unit where officers “rent their lockers,” because they typically serve about three years before rotating out, whereas the enlisted operators remain for much of their careers, often for a decade or more. Member Joined Aug 2014; Posts 731; EE Offline; MD, USA. He was awarded the Silver Star for his efforts at Takur Ghar to save Roberts and the rest of the Red Team recon element. One of their teammates killed the other two targets in another room. “Guys are going out every night killing everything. Senior members of SEAL Team 6 felt the pattern of brutality was not only illegal but rose to the level of war crimes. A spokesperson at Naval Special Warfare, which oversees SEAL Team 6, declined repeated requests for interviews and refused to answer a detailed list of questions, writing in a statement, “We do not entertain or support public discussion of classified information because it puts our forces, their families and our future operations at great risk.” The SEAL command asserted that “all members of Naval Special Warfare are required to comply with the Laws of Armed Conflict in the conduct of military operations.”. While he was there, he confronted the Blue Squadron troop and the operator who’d tried to behead the Taliban fighter. The guys needed that to get back in the saddle because everyone was gun shy.”, “I mean, talk about the funny stuff we do. Most of the operators held a meeting to discuss what had happened on the mission. Local residents and media on May 5, 2011, outside the compound where al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad, Pakistan. The hatchet says, ‘We don’t care about the Geneva Conventions’ and that ‘we are above the law and can do whatever we want.’”, Critics inside the command were troubled by the combination of battlefield aggression and Howard’s lack of military discipline. The sniper team leader acted under his own “emergency assault” authority to kill the pirates as soon as all three could be taken out at the same time. Top left: Red Squadron tattoo. “I didn’t give their different accounts much thought,” the SEAL said. Bin Laden dropped and O’Neill fired the security round that canoed him. O’Neill’s and Bissonnette’s careers mirrored one another. Other SEALs on the ground proceeded as though the survivors were combatants. The hatchets, paid for by private donations Howard solicited, were custom-made by Daniel Winkler, a highly regarded knife maker in North Carolina who designed several of the period tomahawks and knives used in the movie “The Last of the Mohicans.” Winkler sells similar hatchets for $600 each. It was just good therapy. Roberts was the first member of SEAL Team 6 to die in the Afghan war and among the first elite operators who died after 9/11. Two hours passed before the SEALs in the damaged helicopter were able to return. A few of his female relatives were nearby. During the mission, the SEALs reported receiving small arms fire from exterior positions, though no one was hit. Vic Hyder and more than two dozen operators from SEAL Team 6 boarded two Chinook helicopters en … Since the 1980s, when Red Team was first created, there were many operators in the unit who had experienced a “metamorphosis of identity and persona” into Native American warriors. The CIA team on the operation was angry because they had lost an opportunity to interrogate the suspected militants. That was not how the SEALs wanted the mission to develop. Officially known as the Naval Special Warfare Development Group, SEAL Team 6 is today the most celebrated of the U.S. military’s special mission units. By the rules of engagement he became a legitimate target and it was supported. SEAL Team 6's remit included Maritime Counter Terrorism (MCT) and ship-boarding operations. They were mad because he spoke to the New York Times and lied.”. The prominent mountain range often served as the last geographic refuge for retreating forces entering Pakistan. The former SEAL leader said the extensive amount of training for the mission, combined with Bissonnette’s planning role, gave both men ample opportunity to find ways to put themselves on the third floor, in a good position to kill bin Laden. “He continued to move towards us,” Hyder said. One source said his superiors repeatedly refused to address the issue. By the time the two dozen Red Team operators departed for Objective Bull, tension had built up between Hyder, a commissioned officer, and the enlisted operators technically under his command. The texture of those accounts reveals much about what went wrong with the most celebrated special operations command in the U.S. military. After the bodies were recovered, Hyder and the other members of Red Team were forced to reckon with the mutilation and near beheading of their fellow SEAL. Hyder said that he and a few other SEALs began to bury the casualties near a ravine by piling rocks over them. The Crimes of SEAL Team 6. In exchange, Smethers, who never filed an official allegation or complaint, was sent back to the U.S. Smethers did not respond to requests for comment. Howard, who declined to answer questions from The Intercept, rallied his SEALs and others before missions and deployments by telling them to “bloody the hatchet.” One SEAL I spoke with said that Howard’s words were meant to be inspirational, like those of a coach, and were not an order to use the hatchets to commit war crimes. He said canoeing became “big” in 2007. It wasn’t necessary. In reality, it’s bullshit. What we didn’t do was turn him in. And part of that was getting rid of Britt Slabinski.”. Although Bissonnette was able to sell a book and tell his story first, O’Neill arguably got the better deal. The second a crime of breaking a professional rule of conduct over a dead militant who was killed in a regular combat, so hardly something you would call an actual war crime, even though it is listed as such - technically. One, led by an enlisted operator, took in the damage to one of the vehicles. For Chapters 2-5, please click here. O’Neill’s decision to canoe the al Qaeda leader made him unrecognizable. He was awarded a Navy Cross, the second highest battlefield award for heroism. “These fucking morons read the book ‘The Devil’s Guard’ and believed it,” said one of the former SEAL Team 6 leaders who investigated Slabinski and Blue Squadron. “They have an internal process that they think is sufficient and they are not inclined to cooperate unless they absolutely have to.” Raser, who conducted investigations into both regular SEAL units and SEAL Team 6, said that in her experience, SEALs simply didn’t report wrongdoing by their teammates. Senior leaders at the command knew about the misconduct and did little to eradicate it. Both men were notorious among their teammates for their self-promotional tendencies — a trait not well-suited for a “team-first” environment. In keeping with Red Squadron’s appropriation of Native American culture, Howard came up with the idea to bestow 14-inch hatchets on each SEAL who had a year of service in the squadron. In an interview, Hyder said the man had approached his position with his arms tucked into his armpits and did not heed warnings from other SEALs to stop. At that point, the second inquiry was commissioned by the SEAL Team 6 commanding officer, Pete Van Hooser. Survivors began to flee the wreckage, and over the radio, Hyder and his team heard the order that the convoy was now in a “free fire zone,” allowing the Chinooks’ gunners to fire at anyone deemed a threat, regardless of whether they were armed. Simply put, the unit is an enlisted mafia, where tactics are driven by the expertise developed by the unit’s enlisted assaulters, whose abilities and experience at making rapid threat decisions make up the command’s core resource. 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