POW Shoshana Johnson to Appeal Disability Pension

Reporter Allison Keyes reports on the controversy surrounding the first African-American female prisoner of war, Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson, and her decision to appeal her Army disability pension — which is significantly lower than her comrade and fellow POW in Iraq, Pvt. Jessica Lynch.



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