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Mentally distressed veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan are being recruited for government tests on pharmaceutical drugs linked to suicide and other violent side effects, an investigation by ABC News and The Washington Times has found.
James Elliott and his fiancee tell Brian Ross about his experience on Chantix.The report will air on Good Morning America and will also appear in The Washington Times on Tuesday. (click here to read "The Washington Times" coverage of "Disposable Heroes")
reply to post by St Udio
These are only two of the 'conspiracy' factors, which may be marginally true or patently false... but these remain only couriosity issues here on ATS... and should remain low-keyed, as govt agents might be able to track down whistle blowers & those that complain...
Originally posted by DREAMING MAN
The North Florida/South Georgia VA system is amazing. I have PTSD (Desert Storm) & each time that I go back for a psych appointment, it's like..."who's your doctor?"
I honestly believe that some day I will sign in for my appointment, then to be told to report to Room xyz, only to go in & discover Elmer Fudd or Dr. Daffy Duck sitting behind a desk. I guess if I do find them, they will be better than the musical chair dance that I've been playing with the doctors who may as well have had paper bags over their heads.
Bye the way troops, the nightmares never, I repeat, NEVER go away. It's been 17 years for me. I smoke pipe tobacco- no filters, please! You just have to find your own special way of coping. I am usually online every night checking up on any recent UFO landings or fly byes. I wish that I could find a web site where I could talk about some issues.
Thanks everyone of you who gave more than a part of your self & soul for this land of the free & home of the brave.
Go Big Red One!