May 3rd, 2017 by MOTHAX I've been covering this for a while now, and wrote about it earlier this week, but in case you missed that, here's a brief synopsis of the controversy The background is fairly simple. Shane Ladner claimed he received a Purple Heart in Operation Just Cause, the invasion of Panama. After service he got a job as a police officer, and started getting purple heart license plates. A few years ago there was a wounded warrior type hunt in west Texas, and Shane and his wife Meg attended, based on his purple heart. Tragically a train hit a parade float they were riding on, and Meg lost her leg. That's when things got weird. Turns out that Ladner was still in High School during Just Cause. Then he…
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