by Chris Bodenner

"It's an atrocity that they would take a young man with honorable intentions who served his country and lie about how he died to promote a war, to use him as a propaganda tool. ... He was a human being. By putting this kind of saintly quality to him, you're taking away the struggle of being a human being," - Mary Tillman, speaking about her son in the upcoming documentary.

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