Suicidal tendencies
november 10, 1980
vol 74 no 36

sandy felsenthal

cocked and loaded

Devil’s Brigade veteran Don Harrell examines the gun he used in WWII, and that he continues to possess, even though his wartime injuries almost drove him to kill his mother and himself. (story by Kyle Kulish)

After publication, a letter-to-the-editor writer, a third-year law student and Vietnam veteran, said the gun was cocked and dangerously (suicidally)  directed toward Harrell’s face. Ian Roy argued that publishing the picture was dangerous to any other depressed veteran who might who might be contemplating suicide.

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