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The Signal, 08.26.11 & 08.27.11, a gay serviceman's career under Don't-Ask-Don't-Tell, 'Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War', and the life of Ed McTeer, witch-doctor Sheriff.
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This week (August 26th & 27th, 2011) on The Signal…
US Navy veteran Jeremy Johnson made the tough decision to come out to his commanding officer after a ten-year military career under the ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’ policy. Jeremy talks with us this week about what went into his decision and what the repeal of the policy might mean for the future.
We pay a visit to the Maryland Historical Society for a preview of ‘Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War’. The show is the largest exhibition of Civil War artifacts in the society’s 167 year history.
Plus: We talk with author Baynard Woods about his book, ‘Coffin Point: The Strange Cases of Ed McTeer, Witchdoctor Sheriff’ – it’s the true story of an eccentric lawman who kept the peace in his Southern county for 36 years, without ever carrying a gun.