SOA Grad Commits Suicide In Chile

October 5, 2013   ·   0 Comments


By Owen Silverman Andrews: On the Saturday Sept. 28th, disgraced Gen. Odlanier Mena shot himself in the head in a stairwell outside his home in Santiago, Chile.


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