Wednesday, June 27, 2012

A question that appears in even Democratic Underground . . .

Why are the parents of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry any less deserving of a complete accounting of the death of their son, and the government's potential involvement in a cover-up than were the parents of Pat Tillman?

Yes, the contempt citation is at least partly politically motivated.  What isn't, these days?

But that doesn't change the underlying question:  don't Brian Terry's parents deserve to know completely about the government's potential role in their son's death?

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