Iraq war spilling over into the USA as domestic violence

This video is about domestic violence.

From Women’s enews in the USA:

Iraq Brings War Trauma Into Our Homes

Run Date: 10/31/07

By Nicole Sotelo
WeNews commentator

This Veterans Day should be a time to connect the dots between warfare and domestic violence, says Nicole Sotelo. Military families suffer much higher levels of family violence as traumatized soldiers bring the battlefield home.

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