Pueblo caregiver sentenced for mistreating veteran
A former employee at a veterans nursing home in Pueblo has received a two-year deferred sentence for mistreating a Medal of Honor recipient in his care.
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#1 Oct 6, 2009
Mistreating any military veteran is a sin and a crime of the gravest proportions let alone mistreating a Medal of Honor recipient. This is a crime beyond the criminal justice system and is punishable by the most severe methods by any veteran who finds you still practicing in the medical field. Some veterans and especially Viet Nam veterans take real umbrage to those who mistreat vets. We have extraordinarily long term memories and are mission oriented. Looking over your shoulder from now on would be a wise move on your part.
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