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well I did my time at fort levenworth. I got a letter when I compleated my sentence
I was sentence 3 month hard labor, bad conduct discharge, busted down to E-1,
and pay was lower. when I got my letter It said my sentence was recinded
That is what I want to know. But after my release no one stop me from doing what
I wanted to do. Like I had special treatment
Yes I was conviced I don't know what type, I would have to look at my records.
Yes I do have my dd214, I have two dd214, one is honorable, and less than honorable
condition. I been working on this for more thirty some years an
condition. I been working on this for more thirty some years and want it to be resolve
so I can find peace.
so I can find peace. I tried to but no one can tell me of my appeal result
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