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In Wetumpka, AL.

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Copyright 2003   Edit  Decmber 19, 2016

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Devon Lee Ward

Army Private Devon Lee Ward vanished from Ft. Bliss after 3 AM May 25, 2016.  He was reported AWOL. 

 

A source quotes his family as saying he was in good spirits looking forward to his discharge from the Army in a month.

 

Another source said  he had been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, and was depressed.   It is possible for both to have been true.

 

His remains were found in a coal chute by workers making repairs, on a rotary plow at a plant near Cochise, Arizona in June. He was identified by the Pima County Medical Examiner's Office, with a positive fingerprint match.  

 

One suggestion was that he had been riding in a coal car in a train delivering coal to the plant.   He would have been dumped into the chute when the car emptied into it.

 

If that was the case he would have been alive during the train transit to the plant. He would not have died at Ft Bliss.

 

There is no cause of death, or other information available at this time.  

 

The fact that he had a diagnosed psychiatric disorder, with depression, then suddenly without explanation walked away raises the suspicion that this was a Subliminal Distraction severe episode.

 

The Facebook page set up for him is Finding Private Ward.

 

 

 

 

 

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