Skip to comments.Video: VA whistleblower claims supervisors forced her to keep secret wait list
Posted on 06/26/2014 7:47:20 AM PDT by george76
More whistleblowers are coming forward from the VA, but this woman from North Carolina gives a special insight into the way that wait-list fraud propagated within the system. Paulene DeWenter makes clear that the use of secret wait lists was no spontaneously-occurring method for front-line workers to deal with overstressed resources, but a deliberate strategy employed by VA management. DeWenter tells WITN that her boss told her to use the secret wait list method, or else she would buy DeWenter a bus pass one way out of town
DeWenter blew the whistle after one of the patients on her list died. The daughter of the veteran concurs, saying that the catalyst for DeWenters decision came after a confrontation between the two of them over her fathers lack of care in the two months preceding his death. DeWenter tells WITN that management at her facility has changed or deleted her notes on patient care, but shes doing her best to make sure the unnecessary deaths from maintaining secret wait lists dont get covered up again.
In New York, the VA doesnt give out one-way bus passes, but theyre not much happier with whistleblowers. A nurse with 28 years on the job found herself in a cubicle facing suspension after she tried to report abuse, fraud, and stolen drugs:
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This current administration has to try to kill off as many civilian veterans as possible.
Its the only way to be sure. Plus, it makes the funding accessible for “other projects.”
Now that's downright evil.
If this breach of trust at the VA isn’t brought to “traditional “(how sad that such a clarification is even necessary) justice, every senior/elder can expect the same &/or worse under Obamacare’s undeniable ever tightening budget constraints.
Chilling isn’t it? Imagine you are a senior in deep debilitating pain. You go to the hospital, and they strap you down to keep you from hurting yourself more. Then to ease your pain, you get a dose of saline because someone stole the morphine.
The first thing everyone in boot camp learns is, “Shut up and quit complaining!” That is reinforced throughout your military career.
The bureaucrats in the VA know that and take advantage of it. No other business or organization could have gotten away with treating people like this.
The Obama Administration spent billions taking care of the VA employees who complained about their jobs and left the Veterans to die. They should be hung.
DeWenter tells WITN that her boss told her to use the secret wait list method, or else she would buy DeWenter a bus pass one way out of town.
Where is the picture of her boss in handcuffs being led to jail?