The Houthi forces posted a video on Thursday, claiming their fighters killed an American mercenary that was fighting with the Saudi-led Coalition in Yemen.

Filmed in an unknown location, the Houthi fighters displayed the U.S. passport, drivers license, and birth certificate of the alleged mercenary that was killed in Yemen.

The birth certificate, passport and drivers license belonged to a man named Tyler Nathaniel Caldwell, a U.S. citizen from the state of Florida.

https://twitter.com/tonytohcy/status/758741795035414529

Oddly enough, the passport and drivers license had expired a few years back, so the validity of this claim is questionable; especially, given there was no body presented in the video.

 

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By the name Nathaniel he seems to be a zionazijew.

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The name is Tyler :facepalm: nazijew? :facepalm: Funny facts : – nazis assassinated millions of jews (so you must love the nazis I suppose?) – nazis were allied with islamists like Amin al-Husseini which was fired from his job of grand mufti @al-Aqsa and expelled from the country by the brits because he was already making jihad s**t in mandatory Palestine as far as 1930, he then went to Berlin and befriended Himmler and Skorzeny, built up the muslim Waffen SS division, wanted to install some copy of Treblinka in Palestine and all the terrorists methods you see used in… Read more »

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Probably working for Academi (Xe/Blackwater) they have lost a lot of people there

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They lost a lot more in Ukraine. They lost hundreds in the encirclements of Ilovaisk, and Debaltsevo.

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Lies.

Ahmed Bashir
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Ahmed Bashir

Yes because all mercenaries go with their driving license in their pockets reminds me of the passports they find at every turn and false flag

Marek Osinski
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And it’s expired in 2013 😉

Ricky
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Its not like you need an up to date license to drive around in a war zone.

Joe James
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So, do you think they just printed this? expired in 2013. He could have been there since then. Do you think he goes back home to renew a license so he can drive there. He is one less americun rat on the planet.

Shane Poole
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Expired or not dude is a military age male and stuff like this don’t just magically appear in Yemen Google earth the address bet it’s real

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Expired documents makes sense actually. Notice the drivers license has a corner cut off, as they do with expired documents when the issue new ones. So it was done back in the US. Going to battle the soldiers may leave their valid documents back at the camp, and carry expired ones for identification only if KIA, and not because they will have to show their drivers license to some desert police. If they get lost in the battlefield the valid ones still remain.

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it looks like he was a truck driver, given how it’s CDL Class A license.

Swiss
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If you can believe everything on Linkedin, he doesn’t appear to have any military background

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Basically, there is a huge wage disparity gap among USA people. Therefore, many of low income including those who have no families are hired by many companies such as Black-water, group to fight in Yemen in behalf of Saudi Arabia and UAE. Of course they got money including their president Obama. But they waste their dignity and humiliate their reputation.