Veterans Are Denied Justice

Until Congress acts, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is denying veterans the basic due process rights we all take for granted.

If a veteran can’t get care or treatment when they need it, there is no meaningful due process to protect or help the veteran.

If a veteran files a complaint about being neglected or abused, there is no meaningful due process to protect or help the veteran.

If a VA manager intimidate or retaliates against the veteran filing the complaint, there is no meaningful due process to protect or help the veteran.

If a VA manager falsifies the veteran’s medical records justify denying the veteran medical care, there is no meaningful due process to protect or help the veteran.

The agency within the VA to protect a veteran from neglect, abuse, and retaliation is the Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Inspector General (OIG). Unfortunately, the VA OIG may be compromised. Learn more about that by clicking HERE. A new page will open.

Some FBI Field Offices are failing to investigate criminal complaints against VA managers for neglecting and abusing veterans. Learn more about that by clicking HERE. A new page will open. Some Field Offices have prosecuted VA managers. Learn more about that by clicking HERE. A new page will open.

Please tell the FBI you want them to investigate all complaints against VA managers until the we end the veteran suicide crisis.

Ironically, a veteran receiving care from the VA has less due process rights than the VA employees and managers who treat them.

Until the law provides a veteran receiving care from the VA their basic Constitutional rights, the veterans suicide crisis will continue taking the lives of at least twenty veterans a day.

You can make a difference!  Learn how by clicking HERE. A new page will open.

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