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Top US Navy Admiral Found Dead Of ‘Apparent Suicide’ – No Coincidence



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A replacement has been named for Vice Adm. Scott Stearney, the top Navy admiral in the Middle East, after he was found dead in his residence in Bahrain Saturday.

Vice Adm. Jim Malloy, the deputy chief of naval operations for operations, plans and strategy, will take Stearney’s place commanding U.S. Naval Forces Central Command and the 5th Fleet, Stars and Stripes reported Monday.

Defense officials called Stearney’s death an “apparent suicide,” CBS News reported. Navy officials declined to comment on those reports, according to Stars and Stripes.

“Scott Stearney was a decorated naval warrior. He was a devoted husband and father, and he was a good friend to all of us,” Chief of Naval Operations Admiral John Richardson said in a statement Saturday. “The Naval Criminal Investigative Service and the Bahraini Ministry of Interior are cooperating on the investigation, but at this time no foul play is suspected.”

There will be a private memorial for Stearney on the Navy’s Bahrain base, officials told Stars and Stripes Monday.

The 5th Fleet that Stearney commanded is based in Bahrain. It functions in the Arabian Gulf, Red Sea, Gulf of Oman and the Indian Ocean as well as strategically important channels including the Suez Canal in Egypt, according to CBS News.

U.S. Navy vice admiral Scott A. Stearney, Commander of 5th Fleet and head of Naval Forces Central Command is welcomed during the Change of Command U.S. Naval Forces Central Command 5th Fleet Combined Maritime Forces ceremony at the U.S. Naval Base in Bahrain, May 6, 2018. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

U.S. Navy vice admiral Scott A. Stearney, Commander of 5th Fleet and head of Naval Forces Central Command is welcomed during the Change of Command U.S. Naval Forces Central Command 5th Fleet Combined Maritime Forces ceremony at the U.S. Naval Base in Bahrain, May 6, 2018. REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

Stearney was a three-star admiral who had served as commander of the 5th Fleet since May after taking over from Vice Adm. John C. Aquilino, who is now commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet.

Stearney had served in the Navy since 1982 after graduating from the University of Notre Dame in Indiana, according to CBS News. After becoming an aviator in 1984, he flew for more than 4,500 “mishap free” hours, according to CBS News.

Stearney’s death occurred while world leaders were gathered for the G-20 summit, during which Middle Eastern power player Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia received a mix of reactions from fellow leaders.

There is no confirmation that Stearney died by suicide, but if that is the case, it would underscore the grave statistics the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released in November. More than 47,000 people died by suicide in 2017, compared to roughly 45,000 in 2016, according to data from the CDC.

Other recent suicide studies showed concerning trends including a jump in suicides among younger veterans noted by the Department of Veterans Affairs in late September.


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Nearly 1600 Migrants Released Into New Mexico City In Just 10 Days




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And….the invasion continues.

On Monday, Officials in Las Cruces, New Mexico, reported that Border Patrol agents released nearly 1,600 illegal migrants in their community over a 10-day period. The City was forced to spend about $75,000 for humanitarian assistance.

Officials said that Border Patrol agents dropped off 105 “asylum seekers” on Saturday to a local high school. Agents dropped off another 56 on Sunday morning, KVIA ABC7 reported Monday morning.

Border Patrol officials began releasing the illegal migrants apprehended in the El Paso Sector on April 12, the El Paso ABC affiliate reported. The releases come as the sector reached the breaking point with thousands of Central American migrant families crossing the border illegally in West Texas and the New Mexico boot heel.

The City of Las Cruces responded by setting up a network of temporary shelters to house the “asylum seekers” while they attempt to arrange travel to other parts of the U.S., the Las Cruces Sun News reported. Nearly 1,200 were dropped off by Border Patrol agents during the first week alone.

Las Cruces Sun News Reports:

LAS CRUCES – Border Patrol has released more than 1,000 migrants in Las Cruces in the past seven days.

Friday of last week, the federal agency began releasing migrants in Las Cruces because of a shortage of space at Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention centers. Most are migrants from Central America who are seeking asylum.

In response, the city established a network of temporary shelters to house migrants while the asylum-seekers — men, women and children — look to travel elsewhere in the United States.

Border Patrol dropped off another 140 migrants by 1 p.m. Thursday, bringing the total number since last week to 1,080, with more migrants were expected after 1 p.m.

On Friday morning, Las Cruces Mayor Ken Miyagishima said that of the total number of migrants released in town, “75 percent are gone,” having found sponsors in other cities. He estimated the number of migrants currently receiving assistance in Las Cruces at no more than 250 and probably fewer.

Miyagishima was in talks with his counterparts in Santa Fe and Albuquerque on Thursday and Friday about assisting migrants on a rotating basis among the three cities to give volunteers and aid facilities a chance to rest.

The mayor made arrangements with Santa Fe and Albuquerque to take the migrants on a rotating basis.

“It looks like they’ll be taking some. We just need to figure out transportation,” the mayor told the local newspaper.

We could easily handle 200, but not 200 a day,” the mayor explained. “That’s why I’m thinking if Sanda Fe can do 150 to 200 every three days, I think it is more manageable.”

New Mexico Homeland Security Department officials told the El Paso television station they expect more “asylum seekers” to continue being dropped off in Las Cruces “for several more weeks.”

Read the full story via Breitbart

How much more will the American people take? Time for the people to start taking a stand against this illegal invasion.


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