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Expose: the VA Red-Flags 'Disruptive' Vets , the clear unconstitutional program.

Dear President Donald J. Trump
Dear Senator Dick Durbin
Dear Tammy Duckworth
Dear Congressman Danny K. Davis
Dear Governor J. B Pritzker

Veterans like Mr. Cobbs, with disabilities and mobility issues in particular should have avenues for securing care close to home and not having to fight the VA bureaucracy or argue with being illegally placed on VA Disruptive Reg Flag Committee and that:

1. The Unconstitutional VA Disruptive Red Flag Committee assisting of 20 0r more unknown VA employees including VA patient advocates and VA police officers whom are used to enforce retaliation against and on veteran Mr. Cobbs,

2. Jessie Brown VA Hospital Medical Center, located at 820 S. Damen St, Chicago, Il 60612 whom has made Veteran Mr. Cobbs a target for complaining about VA Corrupted Doctors and denied treatment.

3. The unfair abuse by VA police being influenced by VA Doctors and VA employees whom abuse the veterans like Veterans Mr. Cobbs and continue since the physical year of 2006 to this present year of 2019.

4. The continued use of the VA Disruptive Red Flag Committee to influence Doctors at Jessie Brown VA Hospital Medical Center, like VA Doctor Jack Rozental whom is Chief of Neurology.

5. Dr. Jack Rozental whom is employed and a VA employee working in Neurology and possible employed by VA, has made veteran Mr. Cobbs his, a victim of Character Assassination, in which refers to the slandering and vicious personal verbal attack on veteran Mr. Cobbs by VA Disruptive Red Flag Committee.

6. Veteran Mr. Cobbs character and reputation with VA outside treatment with outside the VA Hospitals and attack on veteran Mr. Cobbs by VA employees using Chief of Neurology Dr. Jack Rozental and VA POLICE to intentionally continually destroying and damaging veteran Mr. Cobbs reputation with treatment outside the VA to receive badly severe and chronic back surgery needed, and destroying, Mr. Cobbs confidence.

7. CHEIF NEUROLOGY DOCTOR JACK ROZENTAL, DR. EMPLOYED AT JESSIE BROWN VA MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITAL, IN OTHER WORDS IS MALICIOUS AND USE VERBAL ASSULTS OVER THE PHONE AND WITH BEING IN CHARGE OF APPROVING APPOINTMENTS WITH OUTSIDE MEDICAL TREAMENT OUTSIDE THE VA WITH DOCTORS OUTSIDE THE VA FOR VETERAN MR. COBBS.

8. POSSIBLE VA EMPLOYEES POSSIBLE EMPLOYED AT JESSIE BROWN VA MEDICAL CENTER HOSPITA IN COUMMUNITY CARE AND DOCTOR JEFFERY RAYAN ALONG WITH PATIENT ADVOCATE ARON RICE et, al, has CONTINED HIDING UNDER THE VA DIRUTIVE RED FLAG COMMITTEE DESIGNED TO DAMSGE AND TARNISH VETERAN MR. COBBS REPUTATION.

9. Doctors like Neurology Dr. Jack Rozental whom is denying Veteran Calvin Ray Cobbs Sr, (Calvin) his Constitutional Rights approved by the President and Congress that a veteran can be treated outside the VA by Non VA officials, veteran Mr. Cobbs

10. Disabled Service- connected Post Era Vietnam Veteran Calvin Ray Cobbs Sr., (Calvin) Military service dates from 02/01/1979 to 10/15/1979.

11. Mr. Cobbs Discharged from military active duty with an Medical Honorable Discharge with time Served and now for decades Veteran Mr. Cobbs, has been denied proper treatment and still to this present date of 11/06/2019.

12. VA Doctor by the name of Jack Rozental whom is being influenced by conspirators of one or two or more peoples being a Dr. Jeffery Rayan, Patient Advocate Aron Rice, and the Unconstitutional VA Disruptive Red Flag Committee Located at the Jessie Brown V.A. Hospital Medical Center Located at the address of 820 S. Damen Street for an injuries substained while serving on active military active time and that:

(a) Since Veteran Mr. Cobbs entering the military on 02/01/1979 due to Army Recruiter illegal enlistment and Military Malpractice with no statue of limitations on fraud.

(b) Now veteran Mr. Cobbs, being discharged from the military while serving on active duty active military duty on 10/15/1979 the VA doctors whom now on this very day of November 06 2019 and in the past 6 or 7 years from the date of November 06, 2019 VA have on this day of November 06, 2019 inputs and insights into how to make the Choice program better or want to share positive or challenging stories please email our team in Washington, DC so we can bring this information to VA leaders. We look forward to actively working with Congress, the VA, and the president to make the CARE program that is passed into law later this year a better program that makes sure you see the right doctor within a reasonable amount of time.

1. Norton v. Shelby County, 118 U.S. 425 p. 442

"An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties; affords no protection; it creates no office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed."

2. Perez v. Brownell, 356 U.S. 44, 7; 8 S. Ct. 568, 2 L. Ed. 2d 603 (1958)

"...in our country the people are sovereign and the government cannot sever its relationship to them by taking away their citizenship."

3. Sherar v. Cullen, 481 F. 2d 946 (1973)

"There can be no sanction or penalty imposed upon one because of his exercise of constitutional rights."

4. Simmons v. United States, 390 U.S. 377 (1968)

"The claim and exercise of a Constitution right cannot be converted into a crime"... "a denial of them would be a denial of due process of law" and that:

1. Department of Veterans Affairs employees Denise Piece and Marilyn Haywood et, al., while working in the scope of their employment while on working hours on September 6, 2019 in the middle of Mr. Cobbs Filing a complaint with the Chicago, Regional Office (328) had Mr. Cobbs Escorted out of the Chicago, Regional Office.

2. this was an act of retaliation to stop Mr. Cobbs from filing proper documents reporting the theft of his Military records, Mr. Cobbs Identity, and Mr. Cobbs Retro back pay being used by VA Regional Office employees to purchase multiples of property deeds and property.

3. Department of veterans Affairs employees while working in the scope of their employment, while on working hours, VA Regional Office employees Regional Office (328) whom has for decades been responsible for the stolen missing VA Military Records belonging to Mr. Cobbs and now newly discovered evidence show that:

(a) property is being bought by employees, employed by the Department of Veterans Affairs using Mr. Cobbs Stolen, Missing Military records, while in the scope of their employment and on VA employees working Hours.

(b) Veterans with PTSD

PTSD can affect how couples get along with each other. It can also directly affect the mental health of partners.

(c) What Are the Most Common Relationship Problems for People with PTSD?
PTSD can affect how couples get along with each other. It can also affect the mental health of partners. In general, PTSD can have a negative effect on the whole family.
Male Veterans with PTSD are more likely to report the following problems than Veterans without PTSD:
• Marriage or relationship problems
• Parenting problems
• Poor family functioning

(d) Most of the research on PTSD in families has been done with female partners of male Veterans. The same problems can occur, though, when the person with PTSD is female.


Exposed: How the VA Red-Flags 'Disruptive' Vets

By Michelle Malkin | June 25, 2014 | 4:45am EDT

Imagine how much better off America's veterans would be if the federal government spent more time delivering actual care and less time compiling tyrannical lists. The death-inducing secret waiting lists for patients are just the tip of the iceberg.

Did you know, for example, that the VA keeps a database on "disgruntled" and "disruptive" vets that results in arbitrarily restricted care?

Disabled Air Force veteran and veterans advocate/attorney Benjamin Krause has been raising questions about the system for months and warning his peers. Under the VA policy on "patient record flags" (PRFs), federal bureaucrats can classify vets as "threats" based on assessments of their "difficult," "annoying" and "non-compliant" behavior.

The VA manual says the flags "are used to alert Veterans Health Administration medical staff and employees of patients whose behavior and characteristics may pose a threat either to their safety, the safety of other patients, or compromise the delivery of quality health care."

That last phrase is priceless. Untold numbers of vets are dead, and legions more have languished because of the VA's failure to deliver "quality health care." The Office of Special Counsel just confirmed to President Obama this week that vets across the country were exposed to contaminated drinking water, dirty surgical tools, untrained doctors and neglectful nurses — and that whistleblowers were retaliated against or ignored.

Yet, the VA's soulless paper-pushers seem more preoccupied with flagging and punishing "disruptive" vets who have dared to complain about their disgraceful treatment and abuse.

Get this: Among examples of patients' behavior referred to the VA's "Disruptive Behavior Committees" (yes, that's what they're called): venting "frustration about VA services and/or wait times, threatening lawsuits or to have people fired, and frequent unwarranted visits to the emergency department or telephone calls to facility staff."

As Krause explains, the Disruptive Behavior Committees are secret panels "that decide whether or not to flag veterans without providing due process first.

• The veteran then has his or her right of access to care restricted without prior notice."

Veterans need look no further than the IRS with hunts for reason to fear abuse of this monitoring system. The definition of "disruptive" is completely arbitrary. That's not just my opinion. The VA inspector general concluded last spring that the bureaucracy "does not have a comprehensive definition of what constitutes disruptive behavior."

Krause writes: "While I am sure some veterans need some form of a flag, I am also aware of numerous veterans who were unfairly targeted for a variety of unreasonable reasons." Krause told me this week that "the bean-counters" may have flagged at least one veteran for being "too expensive." And "trouble-makers" who are educated and know their rights are especially vulnerable. It's absolutely chilling.

"This discussion of patient record flags has me fired up," Krause explained, "because of the clear unconstitutional nature of the program. It reminds me of the old Communist techniques used to keep Soviet citizens in check, since I am aware of more than a few veterans who are flagged merely because of their threat to sue VA."

As one disabled veteran, Lawrence Kelley, told me after he learned of a flag on his record after he became vocal about his veterans rights advocacy: "Once you complain, you are on their hit list forever." VA officials refused to treat him and physically evicted him from a facility. He's now challenging the flag.

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