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When I was a kid in Mexico, there was a big Cemetery named "The Cemetery of the Unknown Women". There were Thousands on Young Women with no Names buried there, due to them being Dead Prostitutes, Trafficked Children and so on. So on all the little Foot Stones was just the Day that they were Killed, no name or anything. Sad to say that I think that one Day, we as Vets will see a Giant Cemetery with a lot of good Vets that reason Died will be Unknown, and Don't Care will be listed instead of name. Thanks for the info as usual.

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Yeah, there are many who know too much.

I think the info I have shared so far with the FBI and H VAC could reveal far more than 293 deaths that were wrongful deaths at the hands of the VA.

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The VAMC nearly killed me with an overdose. I could have been next...

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I think the investigation should be turned over to the FBI. Of course this will not happen anytime soon, but I predict it to be a big Topic in January.


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I thought the H VAC claimed the FBI was already involved. I contacted the FBI Phoenix office months ago and they referred me to FBI in DC.

I recently sent them some info , but am concerned about something else .

I FOIAed the FBI about 2 months ago asking what VAMCs were being investigated or on a list to be investigated (I had heard about 100 were) due to the Phoenix situation,

and I also asked under FOIA info regarding if 2 specific VAMCs were on the list to be investigated.

(A local VAMC employee told me they had already been to one of them.....But I don't think that was the case at all)

The FBI FOIA officer replied that his data base had no information at all on what I asked for.

Since then I have had other correspondence with him to direct me to who is handling the actual VA FBI investigation.

I have no doubt they are investigating Phoenix:


But let's face it, the VA is an enormous screwed up multi-layered entity and how would the FBI even know what to look for and where to look?

it will probably take the new Sec at least a year to understand VA 101 .

I wrote to the FBI to tell them what to look for and where to look.

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