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(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The story of Army Spc. Zachary Klawonn†, who was singled out prejudicially in his Army training for being a Muslim, presented. [Army Pfc. Chad JACHIMOWICZ†, Spc. Arnold MENDEZ†- talk about Zachary, the soldier & how he was treated.] [KLAWONN - says he was excited to defend America; describes his treatment, the letter left in his windshield, the names he was called, what his sergeant said to him; states he is asking for just essential rights.] An Army statement quoted.
- Sawyer, Diane
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