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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Bircher
Edward Davis still can't believe he made it out alive. The 90-year-old Army veteran, who has Parkinson's disease and lives at D.C.'s Armed Forces Retirement Home, still can recall the attack on Pearl Harbor 70 years ago.
"Later on, I got word that I'd been reported missing and that they had a funeral and all of that. I was just glad that it wasn't for real," said Mr. Bircher, now 92 and also living in the District's Armed Forces Retirement Home.