There will be a broadcast concerning the pollution of the water supply at Camp Lejeune between 1957 and 1987 soon. Here are the details. Mark your calendars.
|From Dick Wearne and Aaron Cheerman….Camp Lejeune – aboard the base between 1957 and 1987.Program will air Feb. 24th on MSNBC 10 PM ET and tells the story of the water contamination.
P.S. We have a Lawyer friend who is filing for another Vet. He may take on more of these. I haven’t confirmed his desires or intents yet. He is located in Michigan.
CONQUER AND DIVIDE? After these several years since 2009 it has occurred the Secretary’s actions of designating the VARO Louisville with the central point of contact for Camp Lejeune Drinking Water Claims was simply yet another ploy to conquer and divide the population of veterans claims between those which existed prior to the Iraq and Afghan wars and Vietnam Veterans whose health and lives are diminished each day of the delay in processing claims. I can say the VA will never run out of excuses in the delay of processing claims for older Vietnam veterans. i’m afraid our claims are parked down there in Randolph AFB with the grounded C-5 aircraft without any gas. This action was the answer and delivery of the Secretary’s prayer on how to continue to lie to the veterans and avoid the old adage of ‘first in and first out.” Called VARO Louisville today and they assured me there existed more than plenty of funding to provide payment of these type claims however at a rate of 10 claims per day it will take a lot longer than expected to process your claim.
You can find out more (and truthful) information about the Camp Lejeune drinking water contamination by going to http://www.tftptf.com …Jerry Ensminger
I found out that we don’t get MSNB. It is available on Amazon.com instant video (streaming) to rent for $3.99 or purchase for $9.00. I’ve used this service once and it works well if you have a fast broadband connection.
Local public librarians can probably get the DVD–when and if released in that format–via Inter-Library Loan. It’s not listed in the Worldcat catalog yet. http://www.worldcat.org/.
Keep us posted.
A brief trailer is available on Amazon.
PBS has a 13 min. story: http://video.pbs.org/video/2115412644
So sorry you lost your little girl..
Thank you very much for the link, sir. Your loss is incomprehensible and was so preventable. I cannot fathom what I would feel if I lost a child-young or fully grown. My prayers go out to you for your loss. I only hope VA will step up to the plate and make this right for the aggrieved parties. I fear they will procrastinate for another decade or two as they did to us on AO.
Marines can register for official information about this situation. My DH did and he’s received one newsletter so far.
Thanks for posting the information about this film. I’ve marked my calendar.