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Berta posted:

I gave written testimony to the H VAC during Shreddergate, enclosing to the committee 53 tracking slips of evidence I had sent to my VARO over the years they they had chosen to ignore., even keeping critical evidence from the General Counsel's office in 1996.

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In recent correspondce, I was speaking with a high profile VA employee. When I expressed concern that my evidence had been shredded in the 2008 "Shreddergate", she said she did not come to VA until 2011, and new nothing about VA in 2008, and would I fill her in.

I looked on vawatchdog, and the story explaining shreddergate was gone.

So, Berta (or others) do you have a "live link" explaining shreddergate, and especially the Cleveland RO director who was promoted instead of fired in the shreddergate fiasco.

Or, cut and paste it. Thanks. Shreddergate happened in 2008, and mine is not fixed yet.

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VA Watchdog is pretty good organization, they contacted me about a MIC (Mortgage Investment Corporation) We had our home financed with & was a VA Approved loan

& VA Watchdog found out they ( MIC)were a fraudulent company, So we refinance with a different company before we got screwed.

Buck!

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Berta

You nailed it, again. I was most interested in Belinda Flinn's testimony to Congress. I may well have uncovered a lie, here. You see, Cleveland RO was NOT on the shredder list, when I happen to know they were a participant, AND the Cleveland RO manager was "promoted" to VACO. So, why was Cleveland RO "covered up"??

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