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Charles Kelley Ao




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Tonight's guest on the SVR show with Jerrel Cook will be Charles Kelly. Kelly wrote the book Viet Nam's Rain Agents, Orange, White, and Blue. Kelley's engineering background is displayed by his analytical and scientific thinking. He demonstrates his ability to utilize scientific analysis, legal data, medical information and stamina to cut through the bureaucratic and political red tape to show the horrific physical and psychological disorders and genetic defects from exposure to dioxin and other chemicals used in the war by the US Government. The author's intensive and exhaustive research leaves many questions to be answered by the Bureau of Veteran Affairs, the White House and elected officials and their appointees. Time and time again, the author shows the flawed studies, hidden records or altered documents that have led to the premature death of many veterans and the suffering of offspring due to the Veterans toxic exposure, passed on genetically. Time and again, the author shows the U.S. Government inability to give her Veterans the benefit of the doubt, as stated by law, the U.S. Government destroying or misplacing scientific data, or spinning the facts to avoid accountability for 40+ years of cover up, to avoid doing the right thing for her Warriors and future generations.

The readers may notice the author may appear personal, at times, with feelings of frustration or perhaps anger, regarding Agent Orange and the whole fiasco about its effects on the human system and the government's lack of accountability. To better understand these personal feelings, the reader must know that Charles Kelley is totally disabled due to severe polyneuropathy with muscle atrophy, Diabetes Type II, and chronic fatigue and pain. No less than 5 doctors have validated his illnesses, although the Bureau of Veterans affairs fails to recognize them as service connected due to toxic exposure during service near the DMZ in 1967-68. Mr. Kelley agonized over revealing his book, in fear of shedding a bad light on America. He is an American Hero."

PS all CHarles just emailed that his claim for a widow for esophagal cancer due to AO was finally SCed by the VA!

That is a true AO victory for veterans and widows!

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As a current recipient of 20% disability compensation for AO I appreciate your notice of this evening's event.


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