Your second update from the Sunshine State's capital paper: "Local Marine Injured in Iraq":
"It was Marine Cpl. Eric Fletcher's third tour of duty in Iraq and his third injury.Again, the press gives the administration a pass. This Marine is wounded, not "injured." Injured implies an accident, like a sprained ankle, and this was no accident. And what did Fletcher's wounds buy for America? Why doesn't the Tallahassee Democrat ask that question?
Twice before, the 22-year-old Tallahassee resident had suffered concussions. This time, on March 16th, he was injured from his neck to his Achilles tendon when a grenade went off. A piece of shrapnel lodged in his neck, part of the reason he lost six pints of blood
He has been recovering at Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland since Tuesday. Fletcher, who already has undergone several operations, will have at least three more..."