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Why is Fort Hood the Army’s most crime-ridden post?


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AUSTIN, Texas — Latrece Johnson woke up gasping for air at exactly 2:43 a.m. March 14 in her home in Vidalia, Ga. She said it felt like a dream, but she knew instantly that something had happened to her son, Spc. Freddy Delacruz.

“I felt him take his last breath. I saw him call to me. I felt him being shot,” Johnson said, recalling the pain she felt at the exact time her son was shot six times in an apartment in Killeen, Texas. “I literally gargled on the same blood.” https://www.stripes.com/news/us/why-is-fort-hood-the-army-s-most-crime-ridden-post-1.642104

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