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Date Posted: Thursday, June 30, 08:56:48pm
Author: Jaron
Subject: Re: THE LFN 100 Plus Challenge # 44 250 words
In reply to: EllenM 's message, "THE LFN 100 Plus Challenge # 44" on Sunday, June 26, 03:01:47pm

Post-Gulf War, 1991.

I dont care what you have to do, just bring him in. I will not allow someone like him to rot in prison for something he didnt do! Operations glared at Madeline for a few heartbeats and turned his back on her.

Ill see what I can do. She turned and walked away from him.

Dont see about itDO IT! The harsh words rolled over her as she left the area.

Three days later, a still form lay on a gurney inside Section One.

Thank you, Madeline. Youve done well. Operations touched her arm as he watched the man on his display screen.

Well see if he thinks the same thing when he wakes up.

Why wouldnt he rather be here than spending the rest of his life paying for something beyond his control. He was a Navy Seal calling in a strike on enemy forces. It wasnt his fault if the strike took out a few friendlies. Operations lifted his hand and absently caressed the small pin in his lapel. He was sacrificed to placate politicians. I wont let him waste his life in Leavenworth. He can do what he does best. Hell just do it for us.

They watched as Michael injected something into the mans arm and began the Section litany welcoming him to Section One. The big man blinked and sat up, narrowing his eyes and sweeping the room before zeroing in on Michael.

The man finally spoke.

Jack Davenport, United States Navy. Serial number 764392543423.

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