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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Veteran Attacked In Transit to VA

What You Gotta Go Through In Texas To Get To The VA

http://whistleblowersappreciationdayjuly30th.blogspot.com/2013/08/chapter-1-texas-domestic-surveillance.html

We Sat At The VA Information Desk As Instructed Waiting for Police of 20 Minutes As We Present Our Id's INcluding An FAA First Responder Card Valid Tied To Gregory O'Dell To Eye In The Sky Just Like Las Vegas
Why It Is Federal Property Clear Access To Those Who Care


“You should report it to the FBI, CIA, or Somebody.” Well I have already reported it to ‘somebody’ so I guess the next step if the police do not respond is the FBI.

Dear FBI, Ms. X and Mr. Y were in transit to a scheduled appointment at the VA and we were attacked by a SAPD helicopter in predatory position at high speeds dead center our windshield of Ms. X Mitsubishi and did a circus show over our car on Highway 410 west near Marbach Road endangering my family and the police personnel in the helicopter. 

Approx. time 1330 hours Date: 06/12/2014 after receiving several warnings on the web by unknown hackers “If you enter Bexar County Your Will Be Targeted.” 

Tell me how can I access anything like an education, medical services, or just evening out if Texas SAPD is holding us prisoners in our home? That was statement not a question. 

Reported to Federal Police Officer Frank Tejeda Clinic where I filed an official written police report about a private detective taking pictures of me and other veterans on Federal property by the same police officer on December 13, 2013. 

VA Police, “You should report it to the FBI, CIA, or Somebody.” Well I have already reported it to ‘somebody’ so I guess the next step if the police do not respond is the FBI.

VA Acting Secretary Gibson Announces Immediate Actions to Improve Access to Care in Fayetteville
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. – Acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan D. Gibson today announced immediate actions to improve access to care for
 Veterans in Fayetteville, N.C. Today’s visit to the Fayetteville VA Medical Center (VAMC) follows the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) release 
of results from its Nationwide Access Audit, along with facility level patient access data.

“Far too many Veterans in Fayetteville – and across this country – are being told they have to wait in line. I’m here today to say that no Veteran 
should ever have to wait for the care they have earned through their service and sacrifice,” said Acting Secretary Gibson. “The data we released 
this week shows the extent of the problems we face. As the President has said, we must work together to fix the unacceptable, systemic problems
 in accessing quality healthcare. And that starts by addressing and solving the problems right here in Fayetteville.”

In addition to the system-wide actions taken in response to the audit findings and data, Gibson outlined actions to accelerate access to care for 
Veterans in Fayetteville:



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I Forgot My Wallet
Veteran Attacked In Transit to VA 
Hwy 410 Predatory Position to Windshield
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"If you enter Bexar County You 
Gregory O'Dell Will Be Targeted"

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