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Jim-just my opinion but I feel you should expand on the assault by the doctor.

Tell them exactly what happened and why it was an assault.

I think this would be the most important issue to the IG-and anything you have to shows you talked to the

VAMC administrative officer about this doctor.

Is your Congressman formally looking into this too?

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Jim-just my opinion but I feel you should expand on the assault by the doctor.

Tell them exactly what happened and why it was an assault.

I think this would be the most important issue to the IG-and anything you have to shows you talked to the

VAMC administrative officer about this doctor.

Is your Congressman formally looking into this too?

Berta I can and will expand on all of it.

What you read is what I feel my complaints are, my rights that were violated, rules were made up as they went along and is a draft copy to work from.

I have not decided to send this directly to the VAOIG or send it to my congressman to forward to the VAOIG. I would like to send it through the congressman but I think he will call the hospital and let them know what is coming, which I really dont want to happen. I want it to be a suprise when the VAOIG contacts them, no sense in letting them know whats coming, and giving them time to prepare a defense, alter records and such.

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