My 28 year old son, Sgt Nicholas Nesmith, who served 2 tours in Afghanistan and is highly decorated, was sentenced to 2 years in prison for him accidentally dropping his daughter on the changing table. He was charged with neglect. If this would have happened in the civilian world none of this would be happening. The worse part was he had brain surgery after he was charged which has caused permanent medical issues for him. This has caused his sister, my only daughter to have depression issues. It has impacted all our lives and I still can not get past the overwhelming sense of betral by the United States Army.
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