Fives and Twenty-Fives - Significant Incident Report: Criminal Act, murder and intimidation — A Box Where I Can Keep These Things Summary & Analysis

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The next memo is a significant incident report written by Donovan about claims made that Iraqi soldiers had killed several merchants.

As Donovan reads a text from Paige and realizes he told her about the wrecked sailboat he is thinking about buying, he wonders if he told her the story about the old man and the hay.

During a mission, he had noticed an old man who was selling hay arguing with a customer. The man reminded him of his father. Donovan watched the man until he was out of sight. The men in the Humvee discussed buying some hay from the man when they heard a bomb. Donovan told Zahn to speed up. He felt the bomb had probably been homemade but was still powerful. Donovan also knew...

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