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You are not likely to hear this in the mainstream media, or hear the command at Fort Hood acknowledging this, but since about October 2016 the death toll of mysterious deaths of solider’s stationed at Fort Hood is approaching 20.
Fort Hood is located in Killeen, Texas with a population of about 141,000 which makes it the 21st most populous city in Texas… It has become the number one most dangerous place for a young soldier to be stationed too.
One of the most recent victims was a young 19-year-old soldier from North Carolina named Pvt. Justin Antwan Lewis. Pvt. Lewis was found dead in an old vacant parking lot on April 17, 2017 around 11:15 p.m. Police were dispatched to the scene after receiving a report of shots fired and found Pvt. Lewis unresponsive. The police are not confirming if he was shot or not.
On February 27, 2017 Chief Warrant Officer 2 Andre George Nance from Radallstown, Maryland was found unresponsive in an on-post hotel at Fort Rucker, Alabama. CWO 2 Nance was at Fort Rucker attending the advanced Warrant Officer Course, but was assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, III Corps, Fort Hood. He has been stationed at Fort Hood since December 2012. No details on his cause of death have been released.
On March 28, 2017 Sgt. Jonathan Garrett Garcia was killed in a motorcycle accident. There were no other vehicles involved and the story is that he lost control in a curve on Interstate I-14 leaving the roadway and colliding with a cable barrier system post. As someone who has spent 40 years on a motorcycle, I find this very suspicious. Unless he fell asleep, or was not paying any attention at all, two things that experienced riders don’t do, there has to be something more to this. I can’t think of any interstate with any turn sharper than what would be considered a “curve.” I’ve seen inexperienced riders lose control in sharp turns from going too fast, but most “curves” in interstates most inexperienced riders could probably handle at full throttle.
On April 07, 2017 40-year-old Sgt. Daniel William Wildeman was transported from his barracks to Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center where he was pronounced dead. The Army has released no details regarding the cause or circumstances of his death, but have indicated the case is being investigated.
On April 16, 2017 Spc. David Folly Ananou was found by police in Belton Lake, Belton, Texas having apparently drowned. Belton Lake is an Army Corps of Engineers reservoir not far from Fort Hood where Spc. Ananou was stationed. Circumstances surrounding the incident are being investigated.
The total list contains the names of 52 Fort Hood service members since January 2016 and 14 of those have been since January of this year.
Included in the list of names is an Army Criminal Investigator from the Criminal Investigation Division. (CID) Staff Sgt. Steven Hines with the 11th Military Police Battalion, was found dead behind a building on Fort Hood. Special Agents from outside of Fort Hood have been brought to the base to head up the investigation into his death.
One of the first 2017 mysterious deaths was Sgt. Alex Taylor. Sgt. Taylor was found unresponsive while on duty at Fort Hood. No details were initially released, but I found the following comment posted by Sgt Taylor’s father on the Military Justice for All web page:
“I’m the father of seargent alex Taylor. We have just received the final report from the army. They are ruling it a suicide. I know he would not have done that. I am at a loss for what to do now. I was hoping to find someone with experience in this.”
I’m not sure how many of you believe in leprechauns and unicorns, but when I see this many mysterious deaths on one military base, it seems to me like the only way you can call this coincidence, is to hitch a ride with the leprechaun on his unicorn and look at things from their perspective.
If Fort Hood sounds familiar to you, it may be because it was the scene of a shooting incident that received attention worldwide in 2009. Fort Hood is where Army Major Nidal Hasan went on a shooting spree on November 05, 2009, killing 13 and wounding more than 30 others. We know he killed them in the name of Allah… Someone needs to find out why these other soldiers died and find a way to put an end to so many soldiers dying from mysterious causes.
What are your thoughts on this, do you think these deaths are all just a coincidence, absent anything nefarious? Share your thoughts in the comments and share, share, share… This needs to get more attention! SemperFi, ~SGT A~