Army 1st Lt. Elizabeth Whiteside's story is emblematic of the military's ambivalence when it comes to soldiers who need mental health care.
Officer recommends Whiteside should not face court-martial for attempting suicide in Iraq.
Second suicide attempt by Whiteside underscores the increasing number of soldiers who have tried to or succeeded in killing themselves after returning from war.
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