Ranger: Shooters could not have been 10 yards from Tillman
The Army Ranger who was alongside Pat Tillman when he was shot in Afghanistan told ESPN.com Friday that he remains convinced that the former NFL player was accidentally killed by friendly fire, rather than a target of a malicious act.
Sgt. Bryan O'Neal disputed Army doctors who, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press, voiced suspicions shortly after the 2004 incident about the close proximity of the three bullet holes in Tillman's forehead and tried, initially without ...
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PAT TILLMAN INVESTIGATION
• House report cites 'lack of recall'
• Tillman's widow calls for 'authentic leadership'
• Kensinger's attorney lashes out at Army
• Bush doesn't remember when he learned of fratricide
• Fish: Another hearing, more frustration for Tillman family
• Rumsfeld defends himself in Congressional hearing
• Retired three-star Gen. Kensinger censured in cover-up
• Doctors: Closeness of Tillman's wounds suspicious
• Retired general faces demotion in death of Tillman
• Tillman info sought from White House, Pentagon
• Tillman hearing is 'just the start'
• Army Ranger 'ordered' to conceal Tillman details
• Report: Army cut off communication after Tillman died
• Report: House committee to hold hearings
• Tillman's dad: Memo supports cover-up theory
• Report: General warned about friendly-fire death
• Family pushes for congressional hearings
• Military: Nothing criminal in Tillman's death
• Ranger: Account of death was 'doctored'
• Statement from Mary Tillman and family