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Va Issues New Fast Letter

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http://www.veteranprograms.com/id1614.html

(I see nothing here at all that warrants any changes to their past fiduciary regulations.

VA is under the gun on their fiduciary mess so I guess this prompted them to issue this Fast Letter which seems to only reiterate their continued lack of due process for incompetent veterans. ??? my opinion only-maybe I am not getting it right

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GRADUATE ! Nov 2nd 2007 American Military University !

When thousands of Americans faced annihilation in the 1800s Chief

Osceola's response to his people, the Seminoles, was

simply "They(the US Army)have guns, but so do we."

Sameo to us -They (VA) have 38 CFR ,38 USC, and M21-1- but so do we.

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Berta you got it right as always. I myself see nothing in this fast letter that

addresses the issues mentioned in FREEMAN v SHINSEKI.

These people play by their own rules, and it seems that even a ruling from

CAVC doesn't matter to them. What a load of crock. :angry:

Well at least now we do have the right to appeal. If they will even honor that :angry:

Thanks Berta for staying on top of things for us guys that are going through this mess.

http://www.veteranprograms.com/id1614.html

(I see nothing here at all that warrants any changes to their past fiduciary regulations.

VA is under the gun on their fiduciary mess so I guess this prompted them to issue this Fast Letter which seems to only reiterate their continued lack of due process for incompetent veterans. ??? my opinion only-maybe I am not getting it right

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Hi Berta, I read this Fast Letter with great interest; the only pertinent info was how they proceed with the different phases of the whole process. Our rights were already there before; the Fast Letter was probably due to the court decision and the outrageous behavior of "Hi, we are from the VA and we are here to help you" persons. Lawsuits also.

By the time the recipient of this F.L. reads (at the beginning) nothing changed, their brain will relax & FAST SKIM the rest. Nobody reads these like we do I think.

Sidney is correct, they may choose to ignore these rights as usual, but at least the legal community is aware of how incompetent ??? Veterans are treated by the VA. In addition, the media is alerted now and soon as they get Osama off the front page, some of us should contact the networks investigative producers. That was your suggestion Berta, and I think it's a great idea.

In addition, the rules in the F.L. show different rules for amounts under $25,000 retro being held. Less restrictive as I read it. The minute accounting only applies to SOME fiduciaries, and just during the temporary phase. That accounting is NOT to the Vet. That violated right should be changed.

Gee, as I read over Sidneys letter and mine, I have to scratch my head. We sure don't sound incompetent do we?

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