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Remember the post I wrote last week about the gay soldier, Maj. Alan G. Rogers, who died in Iraq? There was a debate within The Washington Post as to whether the fact he was gay should have been reported with his death. The paper chose not to.

I alluded that the Army may not have wanted his sexuality to be reported either.

Well, someone from the Pentagon deleted the entry in wikipedia.com that stated that the soldier was gay. The redaction was traced to an IP address in the office of the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence. The Army did not return calls from the press requesting comment.

Isn’t this taking Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell way too far? Yes, I think so.

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