Monday, March 12, 2007
Vietnam vet says veteran mistreatment is nothing new
Vietnam vet says veteran mistreatment is nothing new

Join us in the veterans, military families, and antiwar activist car caravan to Walter Reed to protest the mistreatment and abuse of injured vets - Thursday afternoon - time TBA

A veterans' advocate is telling Senator Dick Durbin, lawmakers and the administration have known for decades that returning war veterans were not getting proper help but he's glad the issue is finally capturing the nation's attention. Durbin was joined by several veterans, family members, and others at a forum focusing on the chllenges new veterans face as they transition from active duty to civillian life. Vietnam veteran Bobby Muller who was among them, told WJBC's Steve Fast, he made the cover of LIFE Magazine decades ago when he told similar stories of poor treatment, including the lack of managers to help navigate the bureacracy .

Listen here.

posted by Stop War @ 1:11 PM  
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