- Dec 27, 2004
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- The Republic of Texas
I'll just bet the contract employee was "fired." Probably just relocated to a higher-paying civilian job within the government bureaucracy. Freakin' dirtbag.Associated Press
Updated: 5:58 a.m. CT June 16, 2007
WASHINGTON - Turns out the trouble at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the focus of a firestorm of criticism over poor treatment of wounded war veterans, reached into the mailroom.
The Army said Friday that it has opened an investigation into the recent discovery of 4,500 letters and parcels some dating to May 2006 at Walter Reed that were never delivered to soldiers.
And it fired the contract employee who ran the mailroom.