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Exonerated Muslim Army Chaplain Resigns Post

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Exonerated Muslim Army Chaplain Resigns Post

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Exonerated Muslim Army Chaplain Resigns Post

Exonerated Muslim Army Chaplain Resigns Post

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Capt. James J. Yee has submitted his letter of resignation to the Army, citing irreparable damage to his reputation after investigators accused him of mishandling classified information. After the Muslim chaplain was imprisoned for 76 days, the charges were dropped. Hear NPR's Melissa Block and Fidell.