As if the military has not received enough bad press after the federal lawsuit, filed last year by dozens of victims of sexual assault and rape, depicted in the documentary “The Invisible War”, it appears that it’s going to take an act of congress to put an end to the ongoing abuse of our military veterans. Order the Dvd here: http://invisiblewarmovie.com/
In the October 1st issue of the military tabloid Navy Times, the front page titled “PURE HELL”, is the story of hazing against 167 recruits who were forced to conduct physical training exercises in their own waste; urination and feces. Read the article here: http://www.navytimes.com/
While veterans are willing to put their lives on the line everyday so Americans can sit-back and enjoy their “wanna be” lifestyles of the “rich and famous”, depicted by the countless, in my opinion, senseless reality TV shows. Sadly enough, it appears that no one seems to care about the ongoing abuse and human rights violations of our military veterans.
For those of you who have an ounce of care and concern left in your heart to help US, I make a plea to you to help US petition Congress and President Obama to amend the 1964 Civil Rights Acts to provide for better protection of ALL Americans human rights.
Furthermore, without our military veterans, American citizens will not have the freedom and liberties WE have become so accustomed to.
A Proud Military Veteran