Army Officer Beaten In Super Bowl Commercial Backlash
FORT DRUM — The horrific beating of a beloved Army officer this weekend has shocked the military community, causing some Pentagon officials to call for a review of policies that govern military participation in civilian promotional ceremonies.
Army 1st Lt. Chad Teste, an aviator who returned from Afghanistan last week, was treated to a pre-planned "Welcome Home" parade and free tickets to the Super Bowl after being selected to leave his soldiers behind and come home early.
The officer made headlines after appearing in a heartwarming beer commercial that had something to do with the military, garnering him national attention. It wasn't the soldier’s first time in the spotlight however, as he had appeared on Jeopardy while still a cadet.
Tragically, only hours after being seen on the sidelines at the Super Bowl with his girlfriend and publicist Sherry Dowell, the outstanding young officer was found beaten and half-dead in a snowdrift, sodomized with a Bud Light bottle. Urine in the snow ne…
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