Niger Deaths Probe Outcome Expected in January

The military expects to complete its investigation into the deaths of four soldiers in Niger by January.

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(Reuters) — The U.S. military said on Wednesday it has told families of four American soldiers killed during an ambush in Niger on Oct. 4 that it expected to complete its investigation into their deaths in January.

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“That’s what made me upset and cry even more because my husband was an awesome soldier,” Myeshia Johnson said.

“Families were informed that [the Africa Command’s] investigation team will travel to locations in the U.S., Africa and Europe to gather information related to the investigation,” the Pentagon said in a statement.

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It said the probe was to be led Army Maj. Gen. Roger Cloutier, the command’s chief of staff, and families would be told if more time was needed.

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  • Barbara Iucker

    We need to know what legitimate reason we were in Niger in the first place. We have no congressional was authorized with Niger. We have not been attacked and all information can be obtained by drones.

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