They wanted to do their part to protect their country and those they loved. They believed in justice
United States of America Veterans
Thank you so much for your tremendous effort in the United States of America, for highlighting Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD injury here in the United Kingdon.
My friend Jimmy Johnson (Veterans in Prison) and the author of the Veterans Survival Guide has written more articles on veterans suicides and PTSD , I will forward
them to you and others.
I would also like to introduce you to Veterans United Against Suicide
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I plan to do interviews about what can occur to veterans when Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is re-triggered. In my case 28 years after an
incident in the Royal Navy. Sadly, the Court of Protection afforded me no protection here in the United Kingdon. Like around 10,000 other veterans
in the United Kingdom I also found myself on the streets whilst incapable of legal discussion and understanding, having also sustained a brain injury.
The Court of Protection most notorious judge
The Court of Protection most notorious judge His Honour Judge Simon Oliver, wrote that he was entirely satisfied how I was treated: Evicted
onto the streets, my home sold, asset stripped, whilst subject to the Court of Protection.