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Fishing Victim's Widow Sues US Army For Husband's Drowning
Fishing Victim's Widow Sues US Army For Husband's Drowning

Amanda DeLoach Slappey, the widow of The widow a Leesburg, Ga., man, has filed suit against the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, seeking $40 million in damages for the death of her husband who drowned in 2009 while duck hunting on Lake Seminole, reports say. John Mark Slappey ...

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