A Fort Hood, Texas soldier who recently returned from an ‘Ebola stint’ in West Africa has been found dead in his yard, leading authorities to shut down part of his neighborhood as it has been revealed that he was ‘self-monitoring’ for Ebola. As of this moment no cause of death has been determined as TheAlexJonesChannel gives us more details on this breaking story in the newly released 1st video report below. While all soldiers returning from West Africa are required to undergo a 21-day period of isolation, this soldier was on ’emergency leave’, of ‘some sort’, and NOT REQUIRED to undergo the 21-day period, though he was required to call in to Dr.s twice a day. 86 other soldiers he was deployed with are still in isolation.
Back on October 23rd, 2014, Susan Duclos published a story about the possibility the US was going to be sending ‘Ebola soldiers’ to Puerto Rico to be quarantined prior to being allowed back into the US states. That story contained a video with a ‘shock claim’ that US soldiers had ALREADY been infected 3 months ago. That video is embedded as the 2nd video below.
Killeen police and Fort Hood military police currently have a home blocked off on the 3300 block of Cantebrian Drive where a man was found dead in a yard Tuesday morning.Fort Hood officials confirm the man is a soldier who recently returned from a deployment to West Africa. Officials say there are no indications the soldier had Ebola, however medical personnel at Carl R. Darnall Medical Center are running tests as a precaution to make sure there is no threat to the community.
Troops returning from West Africa must undergo a 21-day monitoring period at a controlled monitoring site on post. Officials say this soldier was granted an emergency leave – not medical related – and was under self-monitoring where he had to check in with officials twice a day.