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It has been 32 years since Fort Bragg's most infamous murders, the 1970 killings of the wife and daughters of Captain Jeffrey MacDonald, chronicled in the best seller Fatal Vision. Since then, the armed forces have addressed domestic violence with more counseling and support for families, but some say the Pentagon has not done enough. Confidentiality isn't guaranteed for victims who come forward, according to Tucker, and only about 30% of Army bases employ a person trained and identified as a victims' advocate. Perhaps, then, we should look closer to home than Afghanistan for the reasons four women are dead.
--Reported by Mike Billips/Fayetteville, Amanda Bower/New York, Constance E. Richards/Asheville and Douglas Waller/Washington