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  • Blogger offers army deal: Release information, and I'll go to prison willingly

    Eishton, the blogger who was recently interrogated and asked to give up sources, is offering authorities an interesting deal: if the army releases all the information that it says is "out in the open" on soldier deaths – Eishton will confess to all charges brought in his interrogation, and will agree to sit in prison. The interrogation of the anonymous blogger was conducted due to a series of posts he published, examining who exactly are the 126 soldiers who “died while protecting their country” between April 2011-2012, as officially pronounced on Memorial Day. Following thorough research and thanks to a…

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