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    Re: How to address 50 years of fraud by VA?

    Quote Originally Posted by woodturner550 View Post
    This would seem straight forward. Two pages to prove fraud is happening. The problem is this is so toxic that no one will help. This is not he said she said. One page is the Federal statute the other is a county commissioner stating that the Veterans Service Officer may not put in claims the VA doesn’t want. I’m poor and dying from Agent Orange from South Korea below the DMZ.
    I’ve tried everything I know (papers, TV, congress, White House, Lincoln County Sheriff, Lincoln county DA, Newport Police).
    If you’re 65 or over, of course, Medicare will pay your expenses assuming you were never successful signing up with the VA for your medical care. If I were you and alone, which I am except for friends, I would call your village offices to ask who you could contact to see what services you might be entitled to that are either provided by them, your county or state. There are social service agencies that can help you.
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    Re: How to address 50 years of fraud by VA?

    what does your VSO/Devin Whittaker suggest you do to establish your claim?
    what is he willing to do to help you acquire that documentation?
    i share this article (cite below), not because it helps you directly, but because it lauds the efforts of the VFW to push thru the benefits realized by Korea veterans of a later era, who were subjected to AO and other toxins
    my father died of pancreatic cancer soon after the USAF/VA acknowledged (44 years later) that he and other airmen were subjected to harmful radiation when they were required to fly thru mushroom clouds after WWII to measure the immediate effects of radiation exposure. while it did not help him, it helped my Mom, financially, as his surviving spouse
    as a loadmaster, he transported lots of AO to and around vietnam during the war. his cancer could have been a natural cause, or from AO exposure, or from the radiation
    he was active in the VFW, pushing congress for a favorable determination. would encourage you to do the same
    another avenue might be to identify an attorney who has a positive history of handling similar claims, as (s)he will have the research you need to move your case forward. maybe devin whittaker will help you find that lawyer
    anyway, below is the promised cite with sincere apologies on behalf of our nation for disregarding the sacrifices you made on our behalf while serving in korea
    CT Veteran's Findings Spur VFW's Fight For Expanded Agent Orange Benefits - Hartford Courant
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    Re: How to address 50 years of fraud by VA?

    Do you think the government will give you your South Korea health care records. I waited nine months to get all available records. No South Korea health care records in file.

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    Re: How to address 50 years of fraud by VA?

    Yes, I have retained(in works) a East Coast Group to handle my claim correctly. They have no problem with my evidence and they specialize in South Korea claims. They are taking it for a percentage of winnings. What my VSO should have done without the percentage.

    I am more concerned with the twenty veteran suicides a day.............

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