It would be nice if some
American celebrities did public service on the issue of PTSD Veterans.
PTSD Harassment is
a major form of PTSD Discrimination.
of PTSD will never go away, until the Department of Justice (DOJ) starts investigating PTSD Discrimination Complaints.
A few fines
and some formal federal charges should help to cut back on the stigma. At least, PTSD won't be so much of a joke...
A Supreme Court Official mocks
a veteran for his PTSD disability in Supreme Court documents.
Learn the facts at:
Below is an actual email,
a PTSD veteran received from someone, who knew he had PTSD.
Names have been changed,
but the harassment is clear...
Looks like the PTSD has affected your brain... Try to get some mental health professional to assist
you in your delusional state.
A disabled PTSD vet
was explaining to a Supreme Court Attorney Ethics official that a powerful lawyer and his corrupt law firm were over charging
him, false-billing-charging, along with other attorney ethics violations. Before the former Marine Vietnam Vet could
finish, the ethics official rudely interrupted. It's not your law firm's fault that you have mental problems.
Just pay the rest of the money, they say you owe them.
It turned out that this powerful lawyer, Robert Correale was the Vice-Chairman of his local Supreme Court Attorney Ethics
committee. And he was the above Attorney Ethics official's boss. There was no mention of a Conflict of Interest
and she did not mention Robert Correale was her boss.
seven (7) years, the PTSD veteran is still fighting for justice. Although his battle for Due Process is exacerbating
the disabled vet's PTSD, the veteran can not surrender to his state's corruption. In the long run, it will help
other disabled PTSD vets get Equal Justice. (Links below)
----- Original Message -----
From: Rocco Giuliano firstname.lastname@example.orgFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 4, 2008
Rocco Giuliano Phone: 617.426.6135
Company: Boston Digital Productions/Boston Digital Editing, LLP
Address: 316 Stuart Street, Boston, MA 02116
Boston Digital Productions Helps DoD Battle PTSD Stigma
Department of Defense has launched three nationally televised public service announcements to encourage military personnel
and families to seek counseling for deployment-related stress. The spots, created by Boston Digital Productions, a division
of Boston Digital Editing, follow release earlier this year of a 25-minute awareness documentary entitled A Different Kind
of Courage, also produced by BDP. The PSAs and documentary are components of the Mental Health Self-Assessment Program (MHSAP),
a DoD-funded initiative to help deployed personnel and family members identify symptoms and access assistance before problems
become serious. Director/producer Richard Tilkin stated, “Our service members and families are genuine heroes, and their
personal stories are incredibly riveting. That’s why we made a creative choice to keep the camera on the people themselves,
instead of the more conventional technique of cutting to b-roll. It’s about compassion and identifying with raw emotion.”
PSAs begin airing nationwide in August. An example can be viewed at http://bostondigitalediting.tv/work.html#1 . A Different Kind of Courage is available free of charge to military installations, family groups, and veterans’
organizations, and can be viewed online at http://www.mentalhealthscreening.org/military/index.aspx .
Emmy award-winning director/producer Richard Tilkin led a creative
team consisting of DP/editor Bob Heim, director of photography Joe Figucia and writer Rocco Giuliano.
Boston Digital Productions provides a complete range of video production services for Fortune 500 companies
and broadcast television. Most recently, BDP post-produced Friday Night Phenoms and Friday Night Heroes, featuring NFL stars
Tom Brady and LaDanian Tomlinson and hosted by Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.
About the Mental Health
MHSAP is a program of the nonprofit Screening for Mental Health, Inc., funded by Force Health Protection
and Readiness, Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense, Health Affairs. To take a free, anonymous self-assessment, visit
249 A Street
Boston, MA 02210
PTSD Harassment is a major form of PTSD Discrimination.
The stigma of PTSD will never go away,
until the Department of Justice (DOJ) starts investigating PTSD Discrimination Complaints.
A few fines and formal federal charges
could help to cut back on the stigma.
A Supreme Court Official mocks a veteran for his
PTSD disability in Supreme Court documents.