WWII soldier receives absolution but small compensation from Army

Samuel Snow reflects from his Leesburg home in on the Army's long-delayed admission that it made a mistake when it court-martialed and jailed Snow during WWII and then receiving a check for only $725 as compensation.

( TOM BENITEZ, ORLANDO SENTINEL / December 14, 2007 )

Samuel Snow reflects from his Leesburg home in on the Army's long-delayed admission that it made a mistake when it court-martialed and jailed Snow during WWII and then receiving a check for only $725 as compensation.

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