Well, this is an infuriating story.
This wife learned that her husband was KIA via a text message from another wife. She had temporarily relocated to her hometown for the span of her husband's deployment, so the condolence team took a bit longer to notify her. Apparently in that short period of time, another wife alerted her of her husband's death over a text and Facebook, despite the fact that the unit had administered a communication blackout to prevent this very scenario from happening.
To make matters worse, upon being contacted by the spouse of the soldier who was KIA, the Major that was in charge of the unit's rear detachment confirmed the information via phone.
So, who's to blame?
The soldier who leaked the info to his spouse?
The spouse who sent the text?
Or the Major who confirmed such sensitive information via telephone?