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Ig Let Veterans Affairs Officials Alter Report To Absolve Agency In Phoenix Deaths


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Crucial language that the Department of Veterans Affairs inspector general could not “conclusively” prove that delays in care caused patient deaths at a Phoenix hospital was added to its final report after a draft version was sent to agency administrators for comment, the Washington Examiner has learned.

http://washingtonexaminer.com/ig-let-veterans-affairs-officials-alter-report-to-absolve-agency-in-deaths/article/2553035

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Disgusting!

The "fix" has always been in! Until the DOJ goes after them using RICO laws, obstruction of justice laws, and criminal negligence laws, the SOBs (non gender specific acronym) will just continue their criminal enterprises. Many VA and VAOIG executives believe that laws, or even just the need for common decency and personal integrity, don't apply to them. And you know something; they seem to be right.

We need someone who has no connection to the VA to conduct an independent impartial investigation. Many of the non-veterans I come into contact with believe these problems have all just sprung up out of nowhere during the last several months.

Again; disgusting!

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Sweeping it under the rug

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