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22 years latter the VA finally catches this scammer!


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It took  the VA 22 years to finally catch this scum bag!! http://wfla.com/2018/01/24/bradenton-vet-71-faked-blindness-for-22-years-for-benefits/

USMC 79-85

100% P&T


70% loss of use of right arm due to multiple sclerosis

100% suprapubic cystostomy due to multiple sclerosis

100% loss of use of both lower extremities due to multiple sclerosis

30% left upper extremity weakness

30% insomnia with hypersomnolence

10% neurogenic bowel

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"O, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive"  Walter Scott

Just think of the family members and Veterans that he embarrassed with his web.  He probably road in a couple parades and is the Commander of his local Legion..

Just sayin,



“There is no hook my friend. There's only what we do.”  Doc Holiday 

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"According to court documents, Doyle Mullins, 71, spent more than 20 years claiming he was “totally and permanently blind.” As a result, since 1995, the VA paid him more than half a million dollars.  The payments came in lumps of thousands of dollars per month and included medical benefits payments for his wife and grants from the VA for a car and adaptive housing."

Ok, I can see the "adaptive housing" for being blind, but how does a blind guy get a car...?



“There is no hook my friend. There's only what we do.”  Doc Holiday 

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How does this happen?   I have 80% disability for my eyes, and I had four different eye specialists, that wrote  "nexus letters" verifying it was service connected, which was documented in my SMR's.  I also had a C & P eye exam, that lasted over five hours, as they gave me every test available to verify my  eye injury.   They rated me 60%, then a few months later "CUED" themselves and gave me 80%.

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Mullins told the VA he was unable to drive, work or perform household tasks, but he was observed by detectives driving, mowing his lawn, running errands, and banking.


"If it's stupid but works, then it isn't stupid."
- From Murphy's Laws of Combat

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