My letter to California Senator Kamala Harris into my continuing VA problems. November 2017. (Updated October 2018)

As of Feburary 21, 2019 no response has ever been sent by the Senators office. I think I might try it again, just another example of a tangable problem.   Sen. Harris, I joined the Army out of California in 2005. This was right after my high school graduation and a little over a year …

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My wife’s letter to the VA in Missouri circa 2015.

The following letter is from my wife to the Patient Advocate for the Columbia Missouri VA health care system. The response we would receive from this letter is that we need to just deal with the nurse because there is no one else to take her place. I was told that she was "rough," to …

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VA refuses to acknowledge some combat zone burn pits were built on former chemical weapon facilities.

"Though the US government disputes it, new evidence shows a link between service in Iraq and Afghanistan and cancers and untreatable bronchial illnesses." The health risk of this is astronomical, and the combat veteran community is losing people to this important factor that the government is refusing. Imagine you go to a concert, and hundreds …

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How the Veteran Affairs office fueled the national opioid crisis and is killing thousands of veterans.

Today, the number of patients affected by the VA’s swinging opiate pendulum is staggering: 60 percent of veterans who fought in the Middle East and 50 percent of older veterans have chronic pain. ...leading to swift, mandated cutoffs regardless of patient well-being and with virtually no evidence that it’s a safe approach. VA fueled the national opioid crisis article link It …

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A letter from my wife to the VA Care Giver Support Program.

The following article is written in the viewpoint of my wife. Caregiver Support first application (2015) Texas - 2014 through January 2015 In Killeen, Straight Jacket Material (SJM) contacted the Veteran Affairs Vocational Rehabilitation about his education options with his disability ratings. SJM met with a counselor and they went through several options of career …

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Mental health failure by the VA. Part 2. A letter to my Congressman. September 2017.

This is one of many e-mails I have sent to my Congressman's aid. First I will list the VA's response to the congressional investigation. I will follow with my response email to being told a month later that "oh I am sorry I thought I emailed you back my email was wiped out by a …

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Attempted murder by the VA. Part I. Most of the backstory from May 2017 until September 2017.

This letter is being written on September 8, 2017. There has been little to no follow up on this incident or my continuing mental health issues. No one has contacted me about the incident I was subjected to. I submitted previous versions of this message to the Patient Advocacy Department, the Patient Safety Department, and …

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