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July 4, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The Navy has decided against punishing three crewmen of a munitions train that ran over a protester, severing his legs, in a demonstration at the Concord Naval Weapons Station in California two years ago. Adm. Robert Ailes of the Naval Sea Systems Command overruled the suspensions proposed earlier by a Navy hearing officer, officials said Monday. The admiral said the "mitigating factor" was protester Brian Willson's failure to get out of the way of the train.
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July 4, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
The Navy has decided against punishing three crewmen of a munitions train that ran over a protester, severing his legs, in a demonstration at the Concord Naval Weapons Station in California two years ago. Adm. Robert Ailes of the Naval Sea Systems Command overruled the suspensions proposed earlier by a Navy hearing officer, officials said Monday. The admiral said the "mitigating factor" was protester Brian Willson's failure to get out of the way of the train.
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