Wounded vets fight online child predators
SEATTLE -- Wounded soldiers returning from overseas are getting a second chance to fight -- but against a different enemy. Homeland Security has a new program that puts vets on the front lines of rescuing victims of child pornography. Oskar Zepeda from Puyallup served three tours of duty in Iraq and six tours in Afghanistan. His military career was cut short in 2011. Zepeda was detaining a man when an explosion nearlykilled him.