Vets For Justice. Our goal is to help America's Veterans find justice.
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America's Veterans, who have paid with their "Service" for the Freedoms we all enjoy, have been victims of an extremely dishonest, uncaring, government.
A government intent on keeping the cost of war as low as possible, by denying America's Veterans even the most "Basic Human Rights".
A government that denies those that have served our country their Constitutional Rights of Access to the Courts, Due Process, and Equal Protection of the Law.
Therefore, we demand that all of America's Veterans be granted the specific rights described in this Veterans Bill of Rights.
1. That all Veterans are entitled to basic, human, rights which includes, but is not limited to, prompt, fair, and honest treatment from the government they fought for. Both on claims they may submit with the government for benefits they have earned, and otherwise.
2. That Veterans have a Basic Human Right to be protected from Fraudulent Business Practices, blatant lies, con games, and other illegal tactics that have been used by the United States Government as a "Tactic" to wrongly trick Americans into enlisting into military service, and THEREFORE all promises, orally made, implied, or otherwise are legally binding on the United States Government, including, but not limited to lifetime medical care, a pension, when earned, and similar "Promises".
3. That the "Promise" of a retirement pension, or retirement program, and benefits, are an Earned Right, separate, and distinct from other programs, such as the VA Disability System.
4. That Veterans must not lose their First Amendment Right of "Meaningful" Access to the Courts, as punishment for serving their country, and shall have the right to use the Federal Court System to Petition the Government for Redress of alleged wrongs.
5. That the Department of Veterans Affairs has demonstrated in it's Saint Petersburg Regional Office that it has no problem processing "Highly Questionable" VA Claims for VA Employees in as little as five (5) days , therefore there is no lawful reason, whatsoever, for claims by Veterans that are not employees to take over six months to process, THEREFORE any claim pending over six months should be resolved in favor of the Veteran.
6. There has been a long history, and pattern, of the United States Department of Justice refusing to investigate violations of Veterans Rights, and/or, crime(s) against Veterans, when the person committing the criminal act, or injustice, against the Veteran is a government employee. In fact, there is evidence of an ongoing "Official Policy" of the United States Department of Justice to actually conspire with VA Employees to wrongly harm Veterans, Destroy Veterans Claim Files, lie to Federal Judges about Veterans Law Suits, and commit a host of other Federal Criminal Acts when the victim is a Veteran. THEREFORE it should be a FELONY for any person, including Government Officials, and/or, Employees, to wrongly hinder, delay, or tamper with the processing of a Veterans Claim for Benefits, and or hinder any Veteran in the free exercise of any statutory, and/or, Constitutional Right. And it must be unconditional that this law is always enforced to protect all Veterans from the ongoing abuse at the hands of the United States Department of Justice.