McCray: I think it's especially corrosive for someone like Alicia Dabney, who was on a front line in harm's way. I mean, it's bad enough if you're on a desk job. But if you're getting, you know, if people are playing with you and you're out fighting fires, your equipment, they're not responding, I mean, you could die.
Dabney: I don't know how to get justice other than letting America know, letting people know, this has happened to me, but it doesn't have to continue to happen to others.
Dabney has repaid the money she stole in the welfare fraud years ago, and a judge wiped the conviction from her record. Today, she still lives on the Indian reservation with her husband and three children and is unemployed.
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(Article changed on November 23, 2015 at 19:08)