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31 Mar 2015, 12:33 pm by Bill Otis
"Neilds gave an official account of the wounds the boy's father found so hard to describe:The bomb severed Martin's spinal cord and abdominal aorta; severed and exposed his lower intestines; ruptured his stomach; nicked or tore his liver, left kidney and adrenal gland; nearly tore off his left arm at the forearm; snapped a bone in his right leg; fractured and exposed his ribs; and bruised a lung.Martin had third-degree burns on his back, buttock and left calf. [read post]