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NFL | House critical of government in Tillman's death

Tue, 15 Jul 2008 08:46:12 -0700

Mike Fish, of, reports the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform issued a report Monday, July 14, that is critical of a universal lack of recall by top White House and Defense Department officials about events surrounding the death of former NFL S Pat Tillman. A 49-page report states that top Bush administration officials, including former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, had stonewalled the investigation. The committee is expected to review and vote on the report Thursday, July 17.

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NFL | Raffle to aid Tillman foundation

Thu, 14 Feb 2008 13:05:43 -0800

Nicole Stewart, of The Arizona Republic, reports two businesses in Tempe, Ariz., are designing a one-of-a-kind motorcycle to raffle off in honor of former NFL S Pat Tillman. The motorcycle, which will take six months to build, will feature the number 40, along with a Silver Star and a Purple Heart to represent Tillman's honors in the United States Army. Proceeds of the raffle will be donated to the Pat Tillman Foundation.

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NFL | White House accused of withholding documents in Tillman case

Fri, 13 Jul 2007 16:01:14 -0700

The Associated Press reports House Oversight Committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) and Tom Davis (R-Va.), the highest ranking Republican on the committee, believe that the White House is not relinquishing key documents about the friendly fire death of former NFL S Pat Tillman. The committee has asked the Defense Department and the White House to turn over more documents by July 25.

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NFL | Army officer's remarks draw query from Congressional investigators

Thu, 17 May 2007 21:25:58 -0700

The Associated Press reports Congressional investigators have asked a high-ranking general what punishment was given to an Army officer who investigated the death of former Arizona Cardinals S Pat Tillman and later made remarks that offended his family. The query came in a letter Wednesday, May 16, from the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The panel's chairman, Rep. Henry Waxman, and ranking GOP member, Rep. Tom Davis, asked Gen. Carter F. Ham about remarks made by Lt. Col. Ralph Kauzlarich questioning the religious faith of Tillman's parents. During an interview with last year, Kauzlarich argued that the Tillman family would not accept the previous Army findings "because of the absence of Christian faith in their lives." Davis and Waxman wrote, "We believe these statements were crass, insulting to the Tillman family, and completely inappropriate for an Army officer and an official representative of the U.S. military speaking to the press."

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NFL | Army Ranger ordered to keep quiet about Tillman's death

Tue, 24 Apr 2007 21:57:18 -0700

The Associated Press reports an Army Ranger who was with former Arizona Cardinals S Pat Tillman when he was killed by friendly fire in Afghanistan said Tuesday, April 24, a commanding officer ordered him to keep quiet about what happened. Army Spc. Bryan O'Neal told a congressional hearing that when he got a chance to talk to Tillman's brother, "I was ordered not to tell him what happened."

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NFL | General suspected Tillman's death was friendly fire one week later

Fri, 30 Mar 2007 21:59:55 -0700

The Associated Press reports then-Maj. Gen. Stanley McChrystal suspected and warned there were strong indications that former Arizona Cardinals S Pat Tillman was killed by friendly fire. He warned President Bush might embarrass himself if he said the former player died in an ambush, according to a memo obtained by the Associated Press. In a memo sent to a four-star general a week after Tillman's death, McChrystal warned that it was "highly possible" the Army Ranger was killed by friendly fire. " I felt that it was essential that you received this information as soon as we detected it in order to preclude any unknowing statements by our country's leaders which might cause public embarrassment if the circumstances of Cpl. Tillman's death become public, " McChrystal wrote to Gen. John Abizaid April 20, 2004.

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NFL | Probe cites missteps in aftermath of Tillman death

Fri, 23 Mar 2007 20:53:50 -0700

The Associated Press reports a Pentagon investigation will recommend nine officers be held accountable for missteps in the aftermath of the friendly fire death of Army Ranger Pat Tillman, according to senior defense officials. Four generals are included in the list of nine officers. The Defense Department inspector genearl will cite a range of errors and inappropriate conduct as the military probed the former Arizona Cardinals safety's death, according to one defense official. The official requested anonymity because the Army has not publicly released the information. The official said it appears senior military leaders might not have had all the facts or worked hard enough to obtain the facts of what happened April 22, 2004, when Tillman was killed by members of his own platoon. According to officials, the report will not make charges or suggest punishments. It will recomment the Army look at holding the nine officers accountable.

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Cardinals | Team will induct Tillman into Ring of Honor Week 10

Sat, 11 Nov 2006 11:29:35 -0800

Doug Haller, of The Arizona Republic, reports the Arizona Cardinals will induct former S Pat Tillman into their Ring of Honor during halftime of the Week 10 game. The team has already retired his jersey number.

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NFL | Tillman to receive honor

Thu, 25 May 2006 19:06:02 -0700 reports former NFL S Pat Tillman will be honored with the Distinguished American Award. Tillman will become the award's 35th recipient, joining a list that includes Vince Lombardi, Bob Hope, Jimmy Stewart, Pete Rozelle and Tom Osborne. The award honors someone who has applied the character building attributes learned from amateur sport in their business and personal life, exhibiting superior leadership qualities in education, amateur athletics, business and in the community.

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Broncos | Races raises money for Tillman fund

Sat, 15 Apr 2006 17:52:24 -0700

The Associated Press reports Denver Broncos QB Jake Plummer was one of more than 8,000 people who participated in the 4.2-mile "Pat's Run" on April 15, raising $350,000 for the foundation established to honor former NFL player Pat Tillman's memory.

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