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I just found out I am Jerrel Cook's guest tonight at SVR- I am sure glad I had so much prior notice. ;)

I think we will discuss Shreddergate and the latest and also I think I might discuss how to verify a PTSD stressor-

not sure what will transpire-

In any event I know the show will be good-

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A link to the show is here at hadit- 6:30 EST and 5:30 CT

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Berta don't forget that if veterans need general court martial records of people charged with attacking them on duty the Clerk of Court JAG their branch in DC has all General Court Martials going back to 1935 on file if your name is in the file as a victim they can find the files that pertain to your case that is how I was able to prove my stressor after the VARO said the hospital report wasn't enough proof, so I learned about the JAG Office in DC sent them an e mail and a lady gave me her name and phone number I called and told her what I remembered about it and the incident in Fen 1975 and the court martials were held in the summer of 1975 at Fort Lewis she called me back 15 minutes later and had all 4 copies pulled and the sentences and the charges attempted murder and robbery she sent me all 4 copies, I handed them to the DRO at the "informal meeting" on Jan 6, 2004 and he then awarded me 50% for PTSD. I filed a NOD the next day claiming they lowballed me as my shrink said I was permanently and totally disabled just by my PTSD symptoms and regardless of my other medical issues just the PTSD made me unemployable and that I would never recover enough to hold a permanent career again, given that I had lived with PTSD since 1975 and I had coped badly with it thru then April 2005 he didn't see how I would improve, after the VA got caught lying to the Senate VA Chair Larry Craig they awarded me the 100% P&T but if the VA is not afraid to lie to the Senator in charge of the VA Committeee they are not scared of anything I don't believe they will and do lie to anyone they want to about anything and everything

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