Two Dates and a Dash Podcast

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Follow Up to Episode 61: Crime Scene Analysis of the Suspicious Death of Navy SEAL Team 4 Commander Job Price

Episode Summary

In Episode 61 with Bronwyn De Maso, we talked intimately about who Cmdr Job Price, former Commander of SEAL Team 4 was as a person, his lifetime of service to our country and a little bit about the suspicious nature of his death in Afghanistan on 12/22/12. After reading every available document relative to his death investigation, I have so many issues with the entire investigation. I have investigated thousands of crimes. I have worked hundreds of active crime scenes, to include suicide by firearms and murders. This episode of the Two Dates and a Dash Podcast will further outline the unethical, immoral, inept and intentional actions of Job's fellow SEAL's, the investigating NCIS agents and the subsequent autopsy findings. I will share how, as a cop for more than 26 years, I cannot simply chalk it up to a rushed investigation. In my opinion, there was a cover up of epic proportions and I would venture to guess, probably not the first one either. The truth will come out. We simply need to begin to ask the right people, the right questions. I'm all in.

Episode Notes

In Episode 61 with Bronwyn De Maso, we talked intimately about who Cmdr Job Price, former Commander of SEAL Team 4 was as a person, his lifetime of service to our country and a little bit about the suspicious nature of his death in Afghanistan on 12/22/12. After reading every available document relative to his death investigation, I have so many issues with the entire investigation. I have investigated thousands of crimes. I have worked hundreds of active crime scenes, to include suicide by firearms and murders. This episode of the Two Dates and a Dash Podcast will further outline the unethical, immoral, inept and intentional actions of Job's fellow SEAL's, the investigating NCIS agents and the subsequent autopsy findings. I will share how, as a cop for more than 26 years, I cannot simply chalk it up to a rushed investigation. In my opinion, there was a cover up of epic proportions and I would venture to guess, probably not the first one either. The truth will come out. We simply need to begin to ask the right people, the right questions. I'm all in.