WHAT ARE FAIR AND REASONABLE COMMUNICATIONS
PTSD STIGMA
PTSD DISCRIMINATION
MORE CLEAR EVIDENCE
WHAT SOME LAW PROFESSIONALS SAY ABOUT JACK'S DISCRIMINATION CASE
SUPERIOR COURT TRANSCRIPT GOES MISSING BEFORE IT COULD BE TYPED AND RELEASED
LAW FIRM'S BEST DEFENSE IN THE APPELLATE DIVISION OF SUPERIOR COURT
I WAS JUST THERE IN VIETNAM LAST NIGHT
PTSD STIGMA
VIETNAM VETS ARE GETTING THEIR PRIDE BACK
POST TRAUMATC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
FEDERAL DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FORCES PTSD VET TO CONTINUE TO DEAL WITH NJ CORRUPTION
WHO IS JACK CUNNINGHAM
HELP FOR PTSD
SURRENDER WAS NOT AN OPTION
AMERICAN JUSTICE
UNDISPUTED FACTS
CIVIL RIGHTS: Equal Protection of the Laws
WHAT IS POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
PARTNERS

 

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NEWSPAPER  ARTICLE  ON  WEBMASTER  AND  VIETNAM  VETERAN  JACK  CUNNINGHAM  AND  HIS  U.S.  MARINE  BUDDY  GEORGE  DROS.
 
 
 
 
~ WATCH YOUR ASS, MARINE! ~
 
 

The Office of Attorney Ethics is caught protecting the law firms of lawyer committee members from legal malpractice.     http://www.americans-working-together.com/attorney_ethics/id50.html

 
 
A High Level Federal Government Official Admits to Perjury, which violates a disabled veteran's civil right to Due Process.  Please press the below link for the details. 
 
 
 

 
 
TODAY'S  BRAVE  AND  HONORABLE  MILITARY  IS  TOMORROW'S  VETERANS
 
Is it fair that the Federal and State's Governments turn their backs on Veterans, when they ask for Equal Rights... 

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The state office in New Jersey, who investigates corrupt attorneys, is the New Jersey State's Office of Attorney Ethics.  My case actually deals with Legal Malpractice with a Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Attorney Ethics...   There is a major Conflict of Interest and Cover-Up.    There is plenty of evidence at the link next to my name.

 
 
The American Military aims to remove the stigma from seeking therapy for post-combat stress.
(Story at the below link.)
 
PTSD has the real STIGMA.   Sadly, many Americans still have the image of Rambo in their minds, when it comes to PTSD Veterans...
 
This image must be replaced with the Truth...
 
 
My future PTSD Discimination case against the State Of New Jersey will be a great start for the federal government to remove the PTSD stigma.
 
The evidence on this website is clear.   
 
 
From: dweller
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2005 1:30 PM
 
Subject:           Military aims to remove stigma from seeking therapy for post-combat stress




Friday, August 5, 2005
Military aims to remove stigma from seeking therapy for post-combat stress


By Nancy Montgomery, Stars and Stripes
Mideast edition, Thursday, August 4, 2005

When Capt. John Trylch of the 1st Squadron, 4th U.S. Cavalry Regiment made it safely back from Iraq, he expected things would be different, that he would be different.

“I kept waiting — where’s the change? Where’s the change?” he said. “But you find yourself falling into the same routines. I was surprised by that.”

Trylch is among the more than 80 percent of U.S. soldiers who, new studies are finding, served in battle in Iraq and came back home apparently unchanged, without a psychological problem, despite the stress and tragedy of war.

But he’s well aware of the other 15 percent to 20 percent whose combat duty leaves them with psychological wounds — depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder among them — that the military is showing interest in trying to treat. Two of Trylch’s soldiers had to be evacuated out of Iraq because of mental-health problems, he said, and more returned from battle with symptoms of depression or anxiety that they hadn’t had before.

He said he wanted to make sure they knew seeking help was the way to go.

A landmark 2004 study by researchers from the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research — thought to be one of the first to examine battle-related psychological problems of active-duty soldiers — found that there was a significant barrier to troops seeking mental-health care.

The barrier, according to the study of more than 6,100 soldiers and Marines who’d deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, was the belief that seeking counseling would harm military careers and stigmatize armed forces members as weak. Fifty percent of troops in that study showing symptoms of mental-health problems said it would be bad for their career to see a counselor; 65 percent said they’d be perceived as weak; and 63 percent said commanders would treat them differently.

“We all read the study,” said Lt. Col. Christopher Kolenda, 1-4 Cav commander. “We said, ‘We’ve got to do better.’”

The 1-4 Cav, then under the command of Lt. Col. Jim Chevallier and deployed near Samarra, Iraq, joined with chaplains and military psychologists to try to remove the stigma of seeking mental-health care and to bring greater attention to the issue.

They invited the U.S. Army Medical Research Unit Europe, based in Heidelberg, to do pre-deployment and post-deployment mental-health screenings to aid in further research into the types of emotional changes soldiers undergo in combat and how to deal with them.

Additionally, services and information for family members in Germany were stepped up.

“If we got the families comfortable with the process, the more likely it was that they would encourage their soldier to get the help they needed,” Kolenda said. “It doesn’t mean you’re weak. It doesn’t mean you’re going to be treated differently. It’s all about assistance to overcome these wounds.”

After the 1-4 Cav and Brigade Reconnaissance Team returned to Schweinfurt, Germany, 732 of them filled out the mental-health screening forms. Of those, 135, or 18.4 percent, were referred for follow-up psychological care.

But those soldiers also reported a much greater acceptance of mental-health care. Just 9 percent of 1-4 Cav soldiers viewed counseling as detrimental to their careers, 14 percent said they’d be perceived as weak and 17 percent said they thought their command would treat them differently.

“We worked really hard to break down these barriers,” Kolenda said.

But some portion of the barrier remains.

No 1-4 Cav soldiers undergoing counseling for post-combat psychological issues were willing to be interviewed about it, Trylch said.

The Heidelberg research unit still is working on its findings from the 1-4 Cav. One of the more intriguing questions being raised is whether it can be determined which of the many terrible things combat soldiers experience are most linked with post-traumatic stress syndrome — “certain exposures that are so intense that they are hard-wired, almost, to produce post-traumatic stress” — as Lt. Col. Paul Bliese, research unit commander, puts it.

According to Trylch and two soldiers under his command, all who saw difficult duty, the absolute worst experience is easy to identify and very hard to forget: the deaths of three soldiers in their unit killed in action — among 10 soldiers and one civilian the squadron lost in its year in Iraq.

Trylch credits his equanimity to the support of family and friends, and time spent thinking.

“Introspection — who I am and what I’ve seen and how I want to deal with that,” Trylch said. “I’ve tried to reconcile them the best that I can so that I can live with it.

“But do I look at the world through a little different set of eyes? Yeah, I do.”



 
I found this great PTSD article on a military base.   It was in a FAMILY MAGAZINE for American troops.
PTSD does not only hit our military men and women.    It impacts a great number of Americans, who never left home...
Child abuse, elderly abuse, marital abuse, street crime victims (rape), etc. are some of the biggest sufferers.
Understanding PTSD is a great way from keeping it from passing down through generations.
 
 
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So far, it's been a PTSD Vet against a influential, Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Attorney Ethics.
 
There is a large stigma associated with PTSD.  Hopefully, the military will succeed in removing as much of the stigma as possible.    I hoping for personal reasons as well as shared. 
     PTSD is too easy to discriminate against.   Even the stupid jokes and stupid comments go to far.  
 
I brought a New Jersey Law Firm to Superior Court on Legal Malpractice due to their Gross Negligence.  The Law Firms' lawyers tag-teamed me with some discriminatory remarks in court documents, yet the judge never questioned their ethics. 
    I tried to get the Department of Justice involved in this discrimination case, but they refused.  Saying I had to deal with the State of New Jersey.  The real twist to the story is that one of the original Law Firm's attorney's is a Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Attorney Ethics.  I beat him in the first round of Superior Court, when the judge decided that my evidence proved that my Legal Malpractice case warranted the Superior Court Law Division for damages.  (He was also one of the defendants in the Legal Malpractice Case.) 
      Strangely, the court transcript went missing before it could be typed.   My numerous letters to the Superior Court Judge, who reviewed my evidence in the case, go unanswered.     http://home.earthlink.net/~ptsd_discrimination/id12.html 
 
I've written so may politicians about the lost court transcript yet none of them come forward to offer advice, other than get a attorney.   Name an attorney who would be willing to go after his state's Office of Attorney Ethics even with clear evidence...    He or she would win the case, but lose a career.   So far, it's been a PTSD Vet against a influential, Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Attorney Ethics.
 

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NEWSPAPER  ARTICLE  ON  WEBMASTER  AND  VIETNAM  VETERAN  JACK  CUNNINGHAM  AND  HIS  U.S.  MARINE  BUDDY  GEORGE  DROS.
 
 
 
 
~ WATCH YOUR ASS, MARINE! ~
 
 

The Office of Attorney Ethics is caught protecting the law firms of lawyer committee members from legal malpractice.     http://www.americans-working-together.com/attorney_ethics/id50.html

 
 
 A High Level Federal Government Official Admits to Perjury, which violates a disabled veteran's civil right to Due Process.  Please press the below link for the details. 
 
 
New Jersey Vice-Chairman of Attorney Ethics Robert Correale, Esq, his Law Firm, MAYNARD & TRULAND and their state government supporters participated in what can only be described as deplorable malfeasance.
 

Please  Press  Here  To  Learn  Details  About  Who  Is  Jack Cunningham.

 
 
Freshman U.S. Senator Robert Menendez Fights State Corruption And Supports A Disabled Veteran's Civil Rights.    Senator Frank R. Lautenberg supports a PTSD disabled veteran's request for United States Attorney General Gonzales to investigation the same state corruption and Civil Rights Issue.
 
      It's been almost a six year battle, but I might be finally getting my Due Process.   I pray that U.S. Attorney General Gonzales opens up an investigation.   Six years is a long time for a veteran to battle for something that every American has as a Civil Right.  
          Jack Cunningham    http://www.CapVeterans.com

UPDATE  LETTERS:    http://www.americans-working-together.com/attorney_ethics/id22.html

 
 
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PLEASE  PRESS  THE  ABOVE  PICTURE  FOR  AN  UPDATE  ON  THE  MARINE.
 
 

PRESS  THE  LINK  TO  LEARN  THE  UNDISPUTED  FACTS
 
 
 
TODAY'S  BRAVE  AND  HONORABLE  MILITARY  IS  TOMORROW'S  VETERANS
 
Why don't some politicians and government officials think PTSD is a real disability?
 
 
PTSD is called a disability for a reason.
Whether intentional or not...   For a government agency or government official to exacerbate and/or take advantage of the disability of honorable veterans is a disgrace and should be a crime.
 
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WITH  THE  HELP  OF  INTERNET  SUPPORTERS,
Jack Cunningham,
a  PTSD  Disabled  Vet  Takes  On  New  Jersey's  Office  Of  Attorney  Ethics'  Corruption...
 
The corruption starts at the top of New Jersey's Government.   Learn the corruption behind the five (5) year battle of an honorable, disabled veteran.        See the evidence at:    http://www.americans-working-together.com/id107.html
 
TODAY'S  BRAVE  AND  HONORABLE  MILITARY  IS  TOMORROW'S  VETERANS
 
Is it fair that the Federal and State's Governments turn their backs on Veterans, when they ask for Equal Rights... 

american_flag2.gif
 
 
The state office in New Jersey, who investigates corrupt attorneys, is the New Jersey State's Office of Attorney Ethics.  My case actually deals with Legal Malpractice with a Vice-Chairman of New Jersey's Attorney Ethics...   There is a major Conflict of Interest and Cover-Up.    There is plenty of evidence at the link next to my name.
The American Military aims to remove the stigma from seeking therapy for post-combat stress.
(Story at the below link.)
  
PTSD has the real STIGMA.   Sadly, many Americans still have the image of Rambo in their minds, when it comes to PTSD Veterans...
 
This image must be replaced with the Truth...         My future PTSD Discimination case against the State Of New Jersey will be a great start for the federal government to remove the PTSD stigma.
 
 
 

SURRENDER  WAS  NEVER  AN  OPTION
Some Detail Vietnam War Experiences of Jack Cunningham, who this website and Law Firm complaints are about.
 
 

 
 
If politicians;  and state and federal government officials are giving Lip-Service to vets, the military, their families and their friends during times of war, what are they giving non-veterans on a day-to-day basis."     http://home.earthlink.net/~americans_who_lived_as_peasants/id18.html
 
 
 

"The willingness with which our young people are likely to serve in any war, no matter how justified, shall be directly proportional to how they perceive the Veterans of earlier wars were treated and appreciated by their nation!"  --  George Washington

"A man good enough to shed his blood for his country, is good enough to receive a square deal afterwards  .  .  ."  --  Theodore Roosevelt
 
 

The source of the below piece is from  PBS'  FRONTLINE  PTSD Story at:   http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/heart/lucey/.

What War Crimes have to do with PTSD, I do not know.  I feel that PBS Management has tried to use a two edged sword here.  One edge is to describe PTSD and the other edge of the sword...    Introduce American Iraq War Crimes in Iraq.     Learn more at:    http://home.earthlink.net/~american_families/id17.html

If you are an attorney, who is willing to help Jack Cunningham as PRO BONO, please contract him.
 

The United States Military taught us many things,
but never taught us how to give-up and quit.

 

 
 

To see the evidence of the above discrimination, please press this link:    http://home.earthlink.net/~new_jersey_attorney_ethics 
 
 
To read Jack Cunningham's Vietnam War Experiences, Please Press This Link:     http://www.CapVeterans.com 
 
 
 
 

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