MILITARYCORRUPTION.COM ONCE AGAIN
SCOOPS AIR FORCE TIMES - REPORTS REAL
REASON WHY C/MSGT ROBERT HOYT
COMMITTED SUICIDE AT ELLSWORTH AFB.
ONE DAY BEFORE HIS DEATH, OSI INFORMED
HIM HE WAS "UNDER INVESTIGATION" FOR "VERY
SERIOUS MATTER" - NOT REVEALED, BUT
ONE SOURCE SAYS "IT WAS ENOUGH" TO HAVE
FORCED SUPERVISOR OF 28TH SPC FORCES
(SECURITY) SQUADRON TO HAVE TAKEN HIS
OWN LIFE - "A TRAGEDY ALL AROUND"
© 2012 MilitaryCorruption.com
MilitaryCorruption.com has learned that one day before well-liked C/Msgt Robert Hoyt was found dead of a single gunshot wound at Ellsworth AFB, South Dakota earlier this month, he had been paid a surprise visit by the OSI.
"They told him he was under investigation for a very serious matter," one well-informed source on base said. "It apparently was enough for him to take his own life," the CI reported. "It's a tragedy all around."
The source said it was ironic that the suicide was being investigated "by the same people (OSI) that triggered what happened."
WHAT DID THE OSI SAY THAT TRIGGERED DEATH?
We do not yet know the exact reason why OSI was "leaning on" Hoyt. We would prefer to spare his family and loved ones any more grief. They have already suffered a great deal, as is.
But MCC owes its readers the unvarnished truth and we report ALL the news, unlike Air Force TIMES, who shied away from any real reporting on the Jill Metzger cover-up and scandal. Unlike them, we here do not depend upon the good will of the Pentagon for any reason. In fact, if we are not being slandered and attacked by the brass, we know we aren't doing our job correctly.
One thing is now established. Hoyt did kill himself. It was a genuine "suicide," unlike other cases of people "suicided" or their deaths being falsely labeled as self-inflicted in order to get the mess "off the Pentagon's plate."
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