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Navy SEAL was promoted despite allegations he choked a Green Beret to death

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A US Navy SEAL was promoted to chief petty officer despite allegations that he choked an active-duty US Army Green Beret to death only months before.

Navy SEAL Tony DeDolph was promoted to chief petty officer, a rank with the authority of a senior enlisted leader, even though investigators were looking into the suspicious death of US Army Staff Sgt. Logan Melgar, a Green Beret soldier assigned to the 3rd Special Forces Group in Mali, according to a Daily Beast report. https://www.businessinsider.com/navy-seal-promoted-green-beret-death-logan-melgar-2020-1

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