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An Army Sergeant's Case May Help Explain the Surge in Non-combat Deathsnew

In Sgt. John M. Russell's chaotic Army world the morning of May 11, the enemy was closing in. The big Texan had talked of conspiracies, woken up from constant nightmares, and broken down in tears, wishing someone would put a bullet in his head.
Seattle Weekly  |  Rick Anderson  |  12-07-2009  |  War

Gun Rights: A Loaded Issuenew

News about school shootings has become passe, even if the shootings themselves are multiplying.
Arkansas Times  |  Ernest Dumas  |  02-21-2008  |  Commentary

The Real East Bay Sniper Could Still Be at Largenew

The construction worker the California Highway Patrol identified as the East Bay Sniper sits in prison, insisting on his innocence, while the real sniper or snipers may remain on the loose.
East Bay Express  |  Robert Gammon  |  01-14-2005  |  Crime & Justice

Execution of Underworld Family Member Goes Unsolvednew

Phil Corbin took pride in his link to Kansas City’s notorious Cammisano mobsters. Maybe that’s why he’s dead.
The Pitch  |  Kendrick Blackwood  |  01-11-2005  |  Crime & Justice

Source of Vet's Anxiety Is Hard to Talk Aboutnew

For Army Reserves Sgt. Dale Cage, driving causes great anxiety. In Iraq, there would have been a soldier looking out of each window, and now he's alone.
Creative Loafing (Tampa)  |  Max Linsky  |  12-16-2004  |  War

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