Cemetery knew about mismarked graves since 2005
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Cemetery knew about mismarked graves since 2005

Washington Post Local reporter Aaron Davis talks to NewsChannel 8 about the latest developments regarding the Arlington National Cemetery problems. The Senate investigators found that Arlington officials spent millions more than the Army has previously acknowledged and Senate documents reveal that a contractor hired to test the accuracy of Arlington records told cemetery officials about the errors in 2005, but they were not corrected. (NewsChannel 8)

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