Vietnam veteran files federal lawsuit to remove Bible on display at VA hospital

Advocacy group pushes Navy to remove Bible from Okinawa POW/MIA display – Paul Pearigen – demands the immediate removal of the Bible from the hospital galley display. the latest in November when it forced the Denver VA Medical Center to remove religious items from a.

A $15 million lawsuit has been filed in Oklahoma City federal court by George Purifoy, a Vietnam veteran, accusing the VA of negligent care.

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Christian Veteran Sues VA Hospital Over Bible Placement in POW/MIA Display May 7, Now it’s time for the courts to decide if that Bible display is legal. The lawsuit asks the Court to issue a preliminary injunction removing the Bible, a permanent injunction to prevent it from going back up.

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VA Sued for Delays in Providing Veterans With Health Records. AMVETS and the Vietnam Veterans of America filed suit. The other veterans named in the lawsuit requested their records in order.

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On Feb 28, 2019, at 7:05 AM, (name withheld) wrote: Instead of removing the Bible why didn’t you request that other religious texts be included in the display? It’s organizations like yours and the aclu that are tearing down the fabric of our country. Maybe we should get rid of all the money in the US too.

A Bible on display at a memorial at New Hampshire’s veterans hospital should be removed because it is a violation of the First Amendment, a U.S. Air Force veteran said in a federal lawsuit.

A dispute over a Bible display at the Manchester Veterans Affairs hospital in New Hampshire is erupting into a full-fledged war, to include close-air support and vows from both sides to trample.