Soldiers Did NOT Die in CIA Op to Nab Election Servers

A retired Air Force three-star gen­er­al reignit­ed base­less con­spir­a­to­r­i­al claims about U.S. troops’ involve­ment in clan­des­tine mis­sions in the wake of the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion — claims an Army offi­cial said are 100% false.

No Spe­cial Forces sol­diers were killed while seiz­ing com­put­er servers in Ger­many as part of a CIA oper­a­tion after the pres­i­den­tial elec­tion. There was, in fact, no mis­sion of the sort.

And mem­bers of the 305th Mil­i­tary Intel­li­gence Bat­tal­ion are not “the Krak­en” that an attor­ney for Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump said last month she’d be unleash­ing. The unit is not involved in any post-elec­tion mis­sions sup­port­ing the White House — a move that would be high­ly unlike­ly con­sid­er­ing it’s an entry-lev­el train­ing bat­tal­ion where new sol­diers who haven’t yet picked up their mil­i­tary occu­pa­tion­al spe­cial­ty are assigned.

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