SHOCKING: VA Hospital in Wisconsin -- Vets Left to Die!


Treated worse than a horse! Broken bones left to rot, infections allowed to spread and life threatening conditions left untreated.

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Comment by joe banana on May 2, 2013 at 8:34pm

@it is I only  "To be used as pawns in foreign policy"

Comment by It is I only on May 2, 2013 at 2:59am

The military are "dumb animals"

H. Kissinger

Comment by Patriot Pete on May 2, 2013 at 1:15am

Abuse of veterans goes back a long way to when McArthur was ordered to hunt out the protesting WW1 veterans from the park, this was years after the war. All they wanted was the benefits that were promised to them

Abuse is inherent in politicians it would seem, continues right up to the present day  

Comment by Sweettina2 on May 2, 2013 at 1:15am

Pisses me the hell off!  I will share this.  Also, it does help to send emails/calls to the mayor, governor, senators and congressman.  They have done my son wrong, I wrote emails to all the above and they did help us.  Thanks James.

Comment by Mimsgirl on May 1, 2013 at 11:43pm

nickatnoon ... go F**k yourself!

Comment by John Carman on May 1, 2013 at 10:26pm

Good call Pamela! You beat me to it.I got the same info.

E-Mail: 1 (800) 488-8244

[9:00am–4:00pm Eastern Time Monday–Friday excluding Federal holidays]

FAX:  (202) 565-7936

VA Inspector General Hotline (53E)
P.O. BOX 50410
WASHINGTON, DC 20091-0410

I have used them before and they were not very co-operative.

However, what I would do is contact the News Media in that area or Headquarters and watch them scramble

and get the Congressmen and Senators going. The Committee on Armed Services. 

Room SR-228, Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510-6050

Comment by Ria on May 1, 2013 at 10:21pm

“Delay, Deny, Wait Till I Die”: Growing Number of Vets Die Awaiting...

In the fiscal year that ended in September, the agency paid $437 million in retroactive benefits to the survivors of nearly 19,500 veterans who died waiting. The figures represent a dramatic increase from three years earlier, when the widows, parents and children of fewer than 6,400 veterans were paid $7.9 million on claims filed before their loved one’s death.

These veterans range from World War II veterans who die of natural causes without their pensions to Iraq War veterans who commit suicide after their disability claims for post-traumatic stress disorder are denied.

The ranks of survivors waiting for these benefits also have surged, from fewer than 3,000 in December 2009 to nearly 13,000 this month i.e. January 2013.

Interview with Iraq War veteran Tomas Young - Citing his overwhelming physical pain from wounds that left him paralyzed in Iraq,

Dying Iraq War Veteran Tomas Young Explains Decision to End His Life

Tomas Young, Iraq War veteran and the main subject of the documentary, Body of War. On April 4, 2004, his fifth day in Iraq, Young’s unit came under fire in the Sadr City neighborhood of Baghdad. Young was left paralyzed, never to walk again. Released from medical care three months later, Young returned home to become an active member in Iraq Veterans Against the War. He recently announced that he will stop his nourishment, which comes in the form of liquid through a feeding tube — a decision which will hasten his death.

Former Iraq Veteran Tomas Young's Letter to Bush and Decision to End Life

Comment by Laverne Swanson on May 1, 2013 at 9:30pm

Shared on FB, Google+ and Twitter.

Comment by Pamela Ida Prince on May 1, 2013 at 8:45pm

I did a search & found a PDF file on this.. where to report:  

To Report Suspected Wrongdoing in VA Programs and Operations
Telephone: 1-800-488-8244
(Hotline Information:


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