September 29th, 2010
02:21 PM ET

Fort Hood: Four soldiers apparently killed themselves

Four soldiers from the Fort Hood Army base in Texas - all decorated veterans from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan - died in the past week, a Fort Hood spokesman said Wednesday.

In all four cases, it appears the soldiers took their own lives, spokesman Christopher Haug said.

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  1. Lucille

    Young people were killing themselves by the masses back in the 80's. I know exactly why. They need better music. They listen to trash music on the radio and they commit suicide. Same thing happened when Madonna started her career back in the 80's. We have to stop the evil Jews from murdering everyone.

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