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Spoliation Hearing - Contact Person

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This is a contact name and email address to send correspondence to

concerning spoliation of evidence and the hearing.

Please do not slam 1,0000 emails.

In other words do not abuse this person or this information.

It would not be in the best interest of veteran's.

It is strictly for issues in the upcoming hearing.

No other issues or rants.

I hope we all can respect this.



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Thanks Carlie- I just emailed her with copy of what I submitted to H VAC already and sent her addy to Kurt P

but he already has submitted his testimony to the Master Sergeant of the H VAC.

I was recently asked to share my shredding evidence with someone here in New York who wants to file RICO charges against VA.They were interested as well in the FTCA I filed with the General Counsel due to property destruction,that is still pending .

I believe I know who this individual is and suggest anyone else who might be contacted to be very wary of doing this.

(I have evidence to support that statement)

I can file RICO myself if needed.

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Carlie-she has already responded to me- and asked for some more info and contact info- etc and said she would be in touch with me again.


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They (Sub Committee Disability/Memorials Affairs , And Sub Comm Investigations and Oversight ),invited me to have my testimony go into the record-Kurt has already sent in what they requested from him too-

Follow their email format- if you get any input like this from them -you have to email the addys they give you and then the Confirmation number -I called it thinking it was land line but appears to sound like a Fax machine so I have to fax them in that regard.

We have only until 5:00 PM today if you are contacted by the committees to testify electronically.

Also read the non governmental witness clause at bottom of what they send and respond to this in your submission and give them brief bio of yourself.

I put in an oath too even though it is electronic testimony.

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Looks like they may be serious about this. Thanks for helping Veterans

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