MFFJ Curated News: Coffee or Die: 17 Years After His Death, Pat Tillman’s Legacy Lives On


"He was intensely private, even refusing to give interviews about his decision to leave the NFL and join the Army. But to his close friends and family, Tillman was outspoken in his criticism of the invasion of Iraq. Tillman considered the war “an illegal war” and called Lynch’s rescue a PR stunt. Despite initial widespread reporting that Lynch had fought back until her ammunition was depleted and that she was tortured while being held prisoner, neither of those stories was true."


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SOURCE: https://coffeeordie.com/pat-tillman-legacy/

By: By Mac Caltrider | April 22, 2021


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