Secret Lists, Secret Policy, Killing American Veterans
By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor
Editor’s note: The story below outlines the criminal abuse of America’s veterans. Were these cows, perhaps the white supremacist militias might be involved. Sheriffs around the US are fully complicit, not only failing to investigate crimes under their jurisdiction but also have used their “blue gang” to silence pro-veteran whisleblowers. We have many instances of this. Similarly, the American Legion has been too busy worried about the Mohave Cross to involve themselves in veterans healthcare scandals. Even CNN has done more. Sad.g
When CNN reported on this, for a third time, they acted surprised. The DVA (Department of Veterans Affairs) had ignored their three previous reports of acts that constitute, minimally, negligent homicide in some cases, in others, 2nd degree murder.
They list over 40 dead. It is our suspicion, and hardly unfounded, that the number exceeds 100,000.
They were suprised that congress has done nothing yet has know about this for years. In fact, this is barely an issue for service organizations. The “bingo and booze” brigade has other items higher on their agenda.
Please watch the entire video, all of it. Veterans Today thanks CNN for this excellent report.
When one of our own groups picketed a massive VA facility for its acts of denial of care and massive corruption, the VA sent out police and then thugs to attack our members, average age 76. Two of our own died during the protest, Steve Palmer and Daniel Overmyer, both decorated World War II veterans.
On another front, over 200 veterans who made complaints to the Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General were illegally prosecuted in order to shut them up.
The OIG went directly to local and federal prosecutors, after scounging through healthcare records of veteran whistleblowers. However, the DVA/OIG has no police power and is legally prohibed from such acts, which are, in themselves, criminal.
Can we call it terrorism?
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