The Washington Post reported today that Dover Air Base Mortuary Supervisor Quinton Keel has resigned following a series of "whistle blowing" documents being released about ongoing practices within the complex. Workers in the mortuary were horrified by the gruesome treatment of fallen soldiers, and when they attempted to report Keel's orders to his superiors, Keel attempted to have them fired. The author is assuming that his beliefs are universal in this topic, so he does not need to go into much effort making policy claims to his readers that the gruesome treatment of the deceased soldiers was morally wrong and inconsiderate to the families. He mostly just relies on logos and ethos to carry his argument. One of the more outrageous actions involved sawing off an arm of a soldier to make it fit into a suit better. The author backs up his arguments with comments from other people closely linked with the situation. He discussed the feelings of the family members of this deceased soldier as well as the feelings of other workers in the compound to show that this was absolutely not acceptable behavior.