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Clerk sentenced for misfiling veteran records

03 Feb 2014 12:13 - 03 Feb 2014 12:15 #154 by daklander
At least 1800 records were lost, destroyed, thrown away or mis-filed.
ST. LOUIS COUNTY • Paid for speed in handling documents pulled from 100 million federal employee records, two workers at the National Personnel Records Center here have admitted dumping, destroying or misfiling at least 1,800 of them, court records show.

Here's the lie:
His lawyer, Eric Banks, said Thursday, “Stanley is very contrite. I have known him for over 10 years. He’s my pastor’s son. I’ve never seen anybody more sorrowful. He just made a terrible error in judgment.”

Banks stressed that “nobody has been denied or lost any benefits as a result of any of this.”


Uh, how can there not be benefit problems when some of the records were destroyed or thrown away? Hmm? Riddle me that Maynard.

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01 Feb 2014 19:06 #152 by jdavis
They (all four) will get not even a slap on the hand, six months probation and 40 hours community service?

The damage they have done and caused will ripple for years to come causing Vets to have to re-file or file claims and appeals and they may or may not have copies of all their medical records to prove their claims.

Destruction of government documents should carry no less than a ten year sentence in a federal prison!

Jim Davis
Founder & CEO
Veterans-For-Change

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31 Jan 2014 11:38 #150 by daklander
ST. LOUIS (AP) - A former clerk at a federal records warehouse in St. Louis has pleaded guilty to misfiling hundreds of military records.

More ammunition for the removal of incentives and bonuses for VA employees.
The sentence was not stiff enough

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