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December 6, 2007


The Washington Post recently published the latest installment in a series about the care and treatment given by the Pentagon to soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. The story about the pending court martial of 1st Lt. Elizabeth Whiteside for mental illness has sparked public outcry, including a letter from NAMI to the Secretary of the Army.


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The Washington Post article: 'A Soldier's Officer'

NAMI Letter to U.S. Army

Army letter to editor: Lt. Whiteside's Care

The Washington Post: A Patient Prosecuted (Online Discussion Transcript)

The Washington Post Editorial: The Case of Lt. Whiteside

NAMI Veterans Resource Center





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