C. J. Chivers explores the story of Samuel Siatta, a Marine Corps veteran who served in Afghanistan. An expert marksman, Siatta returned home with severe PTSD and soon began abusing alcohol. During a drunken haze on April 13, 2014, Siatta committed a crime that he later claimed he had no memory of. Read more on The New York Times website.
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