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Steve Buyer Blames Others For Ptsd Reviews


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Dear Fellow Veterans & Friends.

In an article published on VAWatchdog.com. After a suicide of a Texas veterans because of the PTSD review. Steve Buyer was not happy his boss called off the PTSD reviews. Mr Buyer blames the PTSD reviews on the democrats of Ill.

What really happen to cause the PTSD reviews is this. The IlL legislature complained about there vets not getting the full compensation they were entitled and being granted at a lower level across the country. In stead of trying to fix that wrong. VA officals decided to twist the informaton and determined every one else was getting paid to much and it was the ILL VA officals who were paying out the correct amount.

This is when the review process for PTSD started. Because the VA liked what Ill RO was doing to its vets and wanted to bring everyone else down to that level.

Well Because of the stress this caused allot of vets who went through years of establishing there claims now to go to the same nightmare process again would have caused more vets taking there lives or acting out in VA's acrosss the nation. THe VA now has stopped the PTSD Reviws.

It is really thrid rate to now take and blame the ILL legislature because top VA officals twisted information to there own used and it was a disatours policy and then blame the victumes of an orrigional wornful claims process as being the cause of all the wrong that subsequently has happen.

You can tell this PTSD review process by the VA was set up to delibertly abuse the veterans. In the article it stated the VA refused to put down on paper the process they were going to use and explaine just what was going on. This is the night mare we all face is being subject to renigade ajudicators who have no publicly disclosed policy on how the review is to be made and on what basis, and its again the luck of the draw if we live or have to go through 10 years of appeals because someone on the VA made a mistake.

Terry Higgins

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Buyers is a jerk.

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