Model: [ Alex Minsky ]
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I recall viewing this beautiful young man in the past on your page and noticed the missing limb and all of the extensive body art. THIS time – after viewing – I noticed the scars, apparent skin grafts, burns and realized this beautiful soul is so much more than a handsome amputee. I was wondering if you have a history on Alex about what may have happened to cause his ‘accident’ and/or injuries – I suspect the war? I was also touched that he honors his departed ‘brother’ with the chest tattoo. I admire this courageous young beauty who shines outside as well as inside. For some reason today he is heavily on my mind and that gives me peace …
Daniel in Florida
May 20, 2013 at 7:12 am
Yes, Alex is an afghan war vet, he lost his leg due to an IED (Improvise Explosive Device) that hit his convoy. He was in a coma for over a month. And lost his younger brother not long after that. He is a great human being and a great example to many. You can find him on Facebook and Instagram by typing his name Alex Minsky. He is a goofball and inspirational, we all enjoy interacting with him and reading his post. I hope this helps to shed some light on him.
May 30, 2013 at 7:08 am
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