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VA cuts World War II D-Day veteran’s benefits to $6 a month

WATERVLIET – On this Memorial Day weekend, World War II veteran Joseph Teson is thinking about his fallen comrades – and his personal finances. Teson, a D-Day survivor, told NewsChannel 13 the federal government has reduced his veterans benefits to just $6 per month in order to recoup an overpayment. “I don’t know how they

Veteran Declared ‘Mentally Defective,’ Has Guns Seized

  Just a day after Brandon Raub was released following his incarceration in a psychiatric ward over political Facebook posts, news has emerged of a similar case involving a veteran who had his guns seized after being labeled a “mental defective’ and faces being committed by a judge. Radio host Steve Quayle was sent news

Iraq vet arrested on terrorism charges after jogging with training rifle

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  A US veteran is facing charges of terrorism after being arrested for trying to get some exercise. That’s William Alemar’s story, at least, who was detained this week after jogging in full military fatigues in public while carrying a training rifle. Authorities have charged 23-year-old Army National Guardsman and Iraq war veteran William Everett

Off-duty Philly officer shot dead on sidewalk

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  Philly.com  Moses Walker Jr., 40, a 19-year veteran Philadelphia police officer was found shot to death on a North Philadelphia sidewalk early this morning shortly after leaving work, according to police. The officer was off duty at the time. His name was released after family members were notified and escorted to Hahnemann University Hospital