Wounded veterans work to put away child predators

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Veterans vs Child Predators
In this Monday, Dec. 16, 2013, photo, Army Staff Sgt. Oskar Zepeda wears a metal bracelet bearing the names of friends who have died while serving with him during his nine tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan, as he works with a computer hard drive seized as evidence, at a Digital Forensics Lab at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement field office in Seattle, where he is serving a one-year internship. Zepeda is part of a 17-member class of mostly wounded veterans deployed to ICE field offices throughout the country to use his newly acquired skills in computer forensics to help capture and prosecute child predators. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)