VA Murdering Patients at Medical Center in West Virginia (11 dead so far)


Editor’s note:Our sources say 11 veterans have been murdered by a serial killer VA employee.  The vets, none diabetics, were murdered with fatal doses of insulin administered by force by a serial killer who is still on the VA payroll but “limited to non-contact with patients.”

However, local law enforcement has deemed this a homicide and has taken a slightly different tack than the VA has.  Similar cases at VA facilities have been covered up many many times.

Our suggestion for the VA is that supervisors and administrators be given a class that teaches them to report serial killers among their staff and to begin cooperating with local authorities when staff members and subordinates go on mass murder sprees.

Simply killing patients, something the VA is very good at or hiring SWAT teams for VA facilities to intimidate irate victims of malpractice is probably no longer going to be enough.

CNN: The US Department of Veterans Affairs is investigating 11 suspicious deaths at a medical center in West Virginia, according to a statement from Sen. Joe Manchin’s office.

The VA said it is looking into “potential wrongdoing” at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg. It would not provide details.
Manchin, a member of the Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, said a “person of interest” is no longer in contact with patients at the facility. He said at least one of the deaths is a confirmed homicide.
Wesley R. Walls, a spokesman for the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center, said “allegations of potential misconduct you may have heard about in media reports do not involve” any current employees.

“Immediately upon discovering these serious allegations, Louis

A. Johnson VA Medical Center leadership brought them to the attention of the VA’s inspector general while putting safeguards in place to ensure the safety of each and every one of our patients,” Walls said.

In his statement, Manchin said he met with VA and hospital leaders to ensure a thorough investigation.
“These crimes shock the conscience and I’m still appalled they were not only committed but that our Veterans, who have sacrificed so much for our country, were the victims,” the senator said.

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