According to Audacity, more than a dozen current and former military members told the outlet that a number of arrests have already been made, "and culminated with a 100% recall and accountability formation for 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group."
Continuing, the site explained:
It is unknown when the investigation into drug and human trafficking in the Fort Bragg area began, but it is known that the FBI became involved in investigating the deaths of Timothy Dumas and Delta Force operator Billy Lavigne in 2020 when both were found shot to death at a training site on Bragg.
Last week's arrests began with investigators receiving more evidence after an undercover law enforcement officer posing as an underage girl helped arrest a member of 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group back in December. That individual was known to moonlight as a bouncer at a bar in Southern Pines frequented by the Special Forces community, a military source close to the situation explained to Connecting Vets. The Green Beret is alleged to have been pimping underaged girls to the Special Forces community at drug-fueled parties in Southern Pines.
"This is what happens when there is no war, no direction, and an 18-month red cycle with no mission," a Special Forces soldier told the site. "So dudes are f**king around with young kids and the craziest drugs. All these lives ruined because people are just bored."
In an alert regarding the shooting deaths, the FBI noted: "Dumas, Sr., 44, and Lavigne, 37, were found dead on Fort Bragg near Manchester Road in Cumberland County, North Carolina, on December 2, 2020. Investigators are seeking to create a timeline of their location and activities on December 1 and 2, 2020. A gray 2016 Chevrolet Colorado pickup truck belonging to Lavigne was found at the crime scene near Manchester Road. A dark-colored 2015 Dodge Ram pickup truck belonging to Dumas, Sr., was found abandoned at another location."
It does not appear as though the FBI or the Army CID have any suspects, or if they do, they aren't saying.
To that point, Audacity noted that it's also not clear if an individual contacted authorities and spilled the beans on his accomplices or if the agencies managed to intercept electronic communications. But whatever the source, another Green Beret allegedly involved in drug trafficking who belongs to the 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group, was recently arrested as well.
With the information, the CID and FBI set up a checkpoint at one of the main thoroughfares into Fort Bragg, which is the Longstreet gate between Southern Pines and the base.
"It was a trail of tears and douche bag cars," a Special Forces member who witnessed the scene late last week told the outlet as each soldier who had been stopped for questioning by agents was told to park their vehicles along the street.
"One of those stopped at the gate was a member of the Army's elite counter-terrorism unit called Delta Force who had recently been picked up by the unit after serving in 1st Battalion, 3rd Special Forces Group. A Physicians Assistant assigned to the unit was also questioned, according to the source," Audacity reported, adding that, in all, some 15 members across various special ops commands on the post were questioned.
"The U.S. Army Special Operations Command is aware of the allegations of drug involvement from Soldiers assigned to USASOC units on Fort Bragg," USASOC Public Affairs Officer Lt. Col. Mike Burns noted in a statement to Connecting Vets.
"We take all allegations seriously and are fully cooperating with the Criminal Investigation Division. CID’s investigation is ongoing, and it would be inappropriate to discuss the status of their investigation," the statement said. "All Soldiers have the right to due process, including the presumption of innocence under the Uniform Code of Military Justice."
What in the world is happening to our military under Biden and his 'woke' commanders?