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A Crippling Illness, Kindness And A Will To Run

A Crippling Illness, Kindness And A Will To Run

Collin Walsh, an All-American runner and an international soul, watched what happened that September 2012 night in Benghazi, Libya. He was horrified. He was enraged.

He also was inspired.

"Four Americas died, two with the CIA, two foreign service officers, one of them our ambassador," Walsh said Friday from Kolkata, India. "There is a small bureau within the U.S. State Department, the Bureau of Diplomatic Security. Some of the men responsible for protecting Americans that day were special agents with that bureau.

"What motivated me was how many Americans in Benghazi were able to survive a horrendous attack against terrible odds and they did it because...

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