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Former Va Chief (Phoenix) Attempts Suicide


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Former Phoenix Chief tries to commit suicide:
In Part:

"Former Phoenix VA chief of health care threatened suicide yesterday and was tazered by local police in his home following his recent termination for corruption and fraud linked to veteran deaths in the phony VA wait list scandal.

Brad Curry, former Chief of Health Administration at Phoenix VA, was terminated last month following the explosive national scandal that VA employees had inflicted manslaughter by killing veterans by manipulating wait times for urgently needed health care – and even collected 5-figure bonuses for their criminal scheme. VA chiefs like Brad Curry benefited financially and professionally as a result of their fraudulent scheme that made hospital performance numbers look great when they were actually horrifying."

http://www.disabledveterans.org/2014/08/22/police-tase-beanbag-flipped-phoenix-va-employee/

and http://www.abc15.com/news/region-southeast-valley/mesa/former-phoenix-va-official-brad-curry-threatens-suicide

( I cant tell if Ben Krause's story is about the first July suicide attempt or more recent.....)

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