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    Emily Miller has done it again, this time with her fascinating four-part series concerning Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan ("Breaking doors and the Constitution," Commentary, Wednesday). Bravo. This is the type of thorough investigative journalism America should expect from all media.

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    MILLER: D.C. cover-up after abusing veteran

    Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan learned the hard way that the District of Columbia doesn't believe it has to abide by the Constitution like the 50 states do. For nearly 40 years, the nation's capital completely ignored the Second Amendment.

  • Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan

    MILLER: 'Lost' in the D.C. jail

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  • D.C. Gun Grabbing

    MILLER: Breaking doors and the Constitution

    While Army 1st Sgt. Matthew Corrigan slept inside his Northwest Washington home, Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) response teams were gathering outside.

  • The District's Gun Grabbing

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  • "When I was secured, a warrant could have been obtained," Sgt. Corrigan said. "When I offered not to give my consent to enter my place, a warrant could have been obtained. When the first weapon in plain view was allegedly seen, a warrant could have been obtained. ... During each of these incidents what was the exigency that prevented a warrant from being obtained?"

    MILLER: D.C. cover-up after abusing veteran →

  • The conditions in protective custody turned out to be worse than among the general population, he said.

    MILLER: 'Lost' in the D.C. jail →

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