March 3, 2021

Answered in the Dark: Five Heroes

Answered in the Dark: Five Heroes
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Content warnings:

Racism in the military, stereotype of black men as sexual predators, gun violence in the context of war, grenades, bludgeoning death, stabbing death, disembowelment, coma/near-death, traumatic death/c-section, poor treatment of veterans, death from myocarditis, PTSD, alcoholism, poverty, death from blood loss, torpedoes, death by explosion, sucking chest wound, death in car accident, impalement, diabetes, depression, death of adult child from mother's perspective 1:20:20-1:27:28, death by gunshot/gang violence 1:20:27, rape 1:28:06-1:28:15

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