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Fort Riley soldier remains found

Despite accusations of negligence at Ford Hood, Fort Riley is now in the spot light for soldiers dying under suspicious circumstances. The body of Nicole Grothe, 38, a warrant officer, was found in mid-July. Grothe was new to her unit, but described by peers and leadership as a “self-starter” and an “inspirational leader.” WO1 Nicole Grothe was said to love hiking, and was found on a trail that she frequented.

Unfortunately, the Riley County Police Department stated her remains were discovered on the 22nd of July. Additionally, that she was identified after dental analysis, the information was only released after confirmation of the autopsy reports. The police posting of the situation was oddly brief, but can can be viewed by clicking here. Fort Riley is located in Kansas. Specifically, in the central north region, near the city of Manhattan, Kansas.

Nicole Grothe
Nicole Grothe

Multiple deaths at Fort Riley

In recent months, Grothe has not been the only Fort Riley solider to lose their life in unexpected ways. Although, the case of Grothe is still under investigation, the police stated no foul play is suspected. However, the other cases are still under investigation or the cause of death has not been released to the public. This is an alarming number of tragedies. Especially being at one installation.

Mysteries and deaths

Large concern has arrived over the multiple deaths and missing person reports in Fort Hood. Thus, it is possible that there will be investigations on other military bases as well. There is a reasonable suspicion that there is some type of malicious workings within the military community bringing it down this path. As reported in the Vanessa Guillén case, a fellow solider had unfortunately been the one to take her life. As investigations continue forward it is necessary to remember the values soldiers must uphold and what it means to be a decent human being.

What does it mean to you to uphold the military values? Is the military doing enough to address the concerns of the public regarding these deaths and missing persons? Sound off in the comments below!

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    Jesus Belmontez

    When upholding military values, it denotes and demands for every brother and sister who chooses to abide by the very oath we’ve sworn to defend with our life is held responsible for the right and the misconduct that is attempted or committed. To take initiative in building and empowering rather than obliterate the very lives around us and miles apart. If what is stated regarding the concern in the breviloquency of comments from Riley’s Police Dept., red flags are being raised in addition, something within that department much shift and or be exposed and our fellow brothers and sisters in arms deserve to know more for their safety.
    Our United States Military have the ability to build and destroy. That is power and control. If we are capable of such things, it is absolutely feasible to uncover all lies and expose the truth of what took place with our Veterans’ mysterious abduction and deaths.
    WO1 Grothe deserves respect.
    Let’s play our part and do better.

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    I have the utmost respect for the military. I have one son in the Army, one in the Navy, Master Chief and one who just got out of the Marines after 15 yrs.

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    Jeffrey J. Polum

    NO INTEL SHOULD BE OMITTED IN THE PURSUIT OF THE TRUTH INRE: THESE SOLDIER DEATHS. NO ANSWER SHOULD BE HIDDEN FROM THE PATRIOT COMMUNITY OF THE ARMY. THEIR MAY BE REASONS THE PUBLIC; (AND PARTICULARLY THE ANTIAMERICAN MEDIAE) CANNOT BE INFORMED. HOWEVER, THEIR FELLOW PATRIOTS SHOULD BE TOTALLY INFORMED OF ANY DANGERS; AND RESULTING NEUTRILIZATION/RETIREMENT OF THE CRIMES, IN ANY!

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    Melissa Marie Leach

    Thank all of you for your service. We all have Angel’s to thank, to pray to, and to believe in… stay strong my brothers and sisters, and carry on.

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