Sunday, June 17, 2007

Missing Soldier's ID Gives Family Hope

ABC News: "The U.S. military's announcement this weekend that it recovered the ID cards of two American soldiers provided some hope to one family.

Gordon Dibler, stepfather of missing Pvt. Byron Fouty, 19, from Michigan, said the family holds on to the idea he still may be alive.
'It's exciting, but I'm pulled both ways, of course,' Dibler said on 'Good Morning America Weekend Edition' from Madison Heights, Mich.
After a gunfight in Samarra June 9 in which two Americans were wounded, they burst into what's been described as an al Qaeda safe house to find the ID cards of two soldiers who have been missing for over a month.
The second card belonged to Spc. Alex Jiminez, 25, of Kansas. "

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