This is coolbert:
As reported by DEBKAfile the U.S. Delta Force raiders in Syria much more successful than reported.:
"US Special Ops raid killing five ISIS chiefs had to be coordinated with Syria and Russia"
"The US Delta Special Operations raid that killed ISIS oil chief Abu Sayyaf Saturday, May 16, could not have taken place without prior US coordination with Damascus and Moscow . . . Washington's denial of such coordination did not preclude a prior notice to Moscow, which then passed it on to Damascus. The US, Russia and the Assad regime pulled together for the first time against the Islamic State for an operation that was more extensive than reported. Not just one but five top ISIS commanders were killed, as well as 28 operatives."
Notification of the Russian and through them the Syrian a requirement? ONLY done with the sufferance and approval of administrations and regimes not so favorably disposed to the United States. So it seems.
Well, you read it first and only at DEBKA!