Gold Star Mother Susan L. Price and what she has learned about the Ganjgal Ambush and why her son may have been targeted for death on Freedom's Gate podcast.
WASHINGTON, May 20, 2015 — Marine Gunnery Sergeant Aaron Kenefick was a Recon Marine and “Marine of the Year” twice in ten years. Sergeant Kenefick was also one of three marines who died with a Navy corpsman in what is being called the “Ganjgal Ambush.”
Kenefick’s mother, Gold Star Mother Susan L. Price, will appear on Freedom’s Gate with host Kevin Fobbs. She insists that her son’s death and the deaths of the others have been shrouded in a cover up.
On September 9, 2009, nearly three years before Benghazi, an American military patrol was pinned down in a remote eastern area of Afghanistan. According to the Marine Corps Times, for two hours urgent pleas for help were made over and over and over again.
In addition to Kenefick, 1st Lt. Michael Johnson, Gunnery Sgt. Edwin Johnson Jr., and Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class James Layton died in the Ganjgal Ambush.
An official military investigation revealed that the area tactical operation center army officers refused to send help; they also failed to notify higher commands that they had troops in trouble, according to the Marine Corps Times.
Price insists that the investigation overseen by Army Maj. Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti was just the tip of the iceberg. Much like Benghazi, she says the real truth is still hidden and still must be revealed.
Price will be revealing what she has learned about the Ganjgal Ambush on Standing at Freedom’s Gate and the reasons why her son may have been targeted for death.
Also on the show, Rod Eccles, a national radio host, conservative writer and patriot will discuss how conservatives can take back the White House in 2016.
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