DID TOP NAVY SEAL COMMANDER REALLY KILL
HIMSELF? - MYSTERY SURROUNDS DEATH OF
SEAL TEAM FOUR'S CDR JOB W. PRICE - THE 42
YEAR-OLD, HIGHLY-DECORATED OFFICER HAS
WIFE AND YOUNG DAUGHTER BACK HOME IN VA.
IS THIS REALLY CASE OF AFGHAN "ALLIES"
TAKING DOWN ANOTHER AMERICAN IN GREEN ON
BLUE INCIDENT? - WHY THE RUSH TO CALL DEATH
"AN APPARENT SUICIDE"? COULD BE COVER-UP

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Before we say another word, everyone here wants to express our heartfelt sympathy to the family and loved ones of the late Navy SEAL Team 4 commander, Job W. Price.

In an unusual move, less than 48 hours after CDR Price's death in Afghanistan, Navy sources leaked to the Associated Press that the 42 year-old native of Pottstown, Pa. had taken his own life in an "apparent suicide."

The source was not identified, it was said, because the death is "an ongoing investigation."

Quite frankly, this doesn't pass the smell test.

THIS DOESN'T ADD UP AT ALL

CDR Price has a wife and young daughter back home in Virginia, and for the officer's tragic death to be labeled an "apparent suicide" on Christmas Eve, makes us wonder if this was really something else.

Looking into the dead commander's background, there is nothing to indicate he would do such a thing, much less put his beloved family through such a terrible ordeal at this time of the year.

Price's past was like a storybook tale. He was a varsity wrestler and member of the championship football team at Pottstown High School in his native Pennsylvania. A member of the National Honor Society there, he was a much-decorated Naval officer who'd been boss of Seal Team Four since June of 2011.

At the time of his death, Price and his men were helping train Afghan police in remote Uruzgan Province.

ANOTHER CASE OF "GREEN ON BLUE" WARFARE?

Could his demise - one source says it was a "gunshot wound to the head" - have been a case of one of our so-called "allies" over there engaging in yet another example of "Green on Blue" execution-style terror tactics?

And why would the Navy be so quick to label Price's death a "suicide" in light of the time of year, the additional pain that would inflict on the officer's family, and the short period since the alleged self-inflicted fatal gunshot wound to the head took place?

Why the rush to judgment? Unless political considerations have entered here, and the Pentagon wants to see if the "official story" trial balloon flies. We think it will not.

We urge friends and loved ones of this fine man and dedicated father to reach out to us with any information they may have as soon as possible. Thank you.