“"No one has found evidence of a conspiracy by the Army to fabricate a hero, deceive the public or mislead the Tiillman family about the circumstances of Corporal Tillman's death". The perception that the Army vigorously misled both the Tillmans and the public for five weeks, Geren assured the assembled media, resulted from nothing more than a "misunderstanding of Army regulations and policy about secrecy". "Almost incredibly, but true," he insisted with a straight face, it was merely a coincidence that Army personnel falsified documents, withheld information, and violated regulations "up and down the chain of command.... There was no cover-up. There was mis-informed action on the part of multiple soldiers, and you had a perfect storm of mistakes by many soldiers."”
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