Invisible Injury

Victims of war crimes often suffer PTSD. What do the perpetrators feel?

Jeff Severns Guntzel and Andy Warner (illustrator)

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Produced in partnership by American Public Media’s Public Insight Network, Symbolia, and WBUR. Additional reporting by Martha Bebinger and Samara Freemark.

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Jeff Severns Guntzel is a reporter based in Minneapolis. He does journalism for the web, on paper and occasionally for radio. Before turning to journalism, he spent years doing humanitarian work in pre-war Iraq. He’s reported on veterans issues for Public Insight Network, Marketplace, Southern California Public Radio and the New York Times.Andy Warner is a cartoonist who lives in San Francisco. His work has been published by Slate, KQED, The Bold Italic, Samandal and Dartmouth University. He comes from the sea. andysaurus​.com.
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