Just interesting that he released all the information, team number, etc. (previous administrations kept special forces information top secret)...and a short time later half of them are dead. So inside job, or revenge (enabled by too much information released to the press)???
Saying that the operation was conducted by "SEAL Team 6" gives out almost precisely ZERO useful information. Also, the activities of the Naval Special Warfare Development Group are highly classified, so in order to get revenge on any particular team by attacking them while they were on a mission, it would require our enemies to have fully penetrated their security in order to find out where that team was. Not particularly likely.