On June 2, it will have been three years since eight Fort Hood soldiers and a West Point cadet died during a training exercise, when their vehicle rolled over during a flash flood in Owl Creek.

Some family members of those who died and one survivor all believe the same three things: The Army isn’t giving any real information on what happened, the soldiers who should have been interviewed about what happened that day were not, and the questions asked during the unit’s investigation of the incident seemed designed to lay the blame for the accident on the shoulders of one of the soldiers who died.

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