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  1. Kudos to the local reporter(s) who got the Army’s attention on this matter.

    It is hard to imagine how this mistake was honestly made. Fatal pit viper bites don’t just cause little punctures; they cause swelling and necrosis. Death would have been preceded by nausea and convulsions, which should have been abundantly in evidence from the body.

    I don’t blame his father for thinking this is a cover-up, but I think it’s more evidence that military personnel are very poorly served by some of the AF’s medical, legal, and criminal officers and civilians. The recent disgraceful chaos at Arlington testifies to this, and that’s surely not the worst of it.

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