Testifying for Taylor
Congress is the easy part.
The lights, the room full of people, the cameras, the testimony.
For Don Hooton, the problem comes in the dark. Before the glare of the lights comes the darkness of the hotel room.
Sitting on the bed, staring at a blank TV, just him and his son Taylor.
And Taylor died some 20 months ago.
"I was back in D.C. just a couple of weeks ago. Handled all the questions pretty calm and cool. Little did they know that just before ...
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