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General says Pat Tillman's killing was ordered

General Wesley Clark is accusing "the very top" of ordering the murder of Pat Tillman, the NFL pro-turned soldier who was shot down by fellow Rangers. Tillman joined the service after 9/11/2001 and became a national icon for it. But when he arrived in Iraq he called the invasion "fucking illegal" and planned to return to the states and become an anti-war figure.

Several new documents reveal the bullets that felled him were fired from a distance of 10 yards or so. Recently, President Bush declared that his executive privilege exempts the administration from releasing all it knows about the death.

And now there's this:

Could General Clark be correct? Was Pat Tillman murdered before he could become the most powerful anti-war figure in the nation? Why are they stonewalling the investigation into his death? These and other answers, coming soon?


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