Report: Army cut off communication after Tillman died
SAN FRANCISCO -- Within hours of Pat Tillman's death, the Army went into information-lockdown mode, cutting off phone and Internet connections at a base in Afghanistan, posting guards on a wounded platoon mate, and ordering a sergeant to burn Tillman's uniform.
New investigative documents reviewed by The Associated Press
describe how the military sealed off information about Tillman's
death from all but a small ring of soldiers. Officers quietly
passed their suspicion of friendly fire ...
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PAT TILLMAN INVESTIGATION
• House report cites 'lack of recall'
• Tillman's widow calls for 'authentic leadership'
• Kensinger's attorney lashes out at Army
• Bush doesn't remember when he learned of fratricide
• Fish: Another hearing, more frustration for Tillman family
• Rumsfeld defends himself in Congressional hearing
• Retired three-star Gen. Kensinger censured in cover-up
• Doctors: Closeness of Tillman's wounds suspicious
• Retired general faces demotion in death of Tillman
• Tillman info sought from White House, Pentagon
• Tillman hearing is 'just the start'
• Army Ranger 'ordered' to conceal Tillman details
• Report: Army cut off communication after Tillman died
• Report: House committee to hold hearings
• Tillman's dad: Memo supports cover-up theory
• Report: General warned about friendly-fire death
• Family pushes for congressional hearings
• Military: Nothing criminal in Tillman's death
• Ranger: Account of death was 'doctored'
• Statement from Mary Tillman and family