Ohio Town Holds Out Hope for Missing Soldier

It has been a year since Ohio reservist Matt Maupin was taken captive in Iraq. He was seen held at gunpoint on a videotape that later showed a blindfolded man shot and killed. But the Army can't be sure the dead man was Maupin. His hometown of Batavia has mobilized to keep hope alive and support U.S. troops in Iraq.



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