Marine Corps Veteran Faces Deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD

Marine Corps veteran and USC alumnus Dexter Egleston talks about veterans with PTSD and how he’s applying his social work training to help others affected by it.

A Wisconsin combat veteran was driving down the highway in February when he suddenly found his name, license plate number and mental health information broadcast on the radio, on television and posted on electronic billboards across the state. "It felt very violating. Because I didn’t want everyone who doesn’t know me to know I have problems.

At one point, Bloomington police became so concerned about the man, a Marine Corps. to retrieve his confiscated weapons but that police refused to give them back. “They’re saying, Here’s a Marine.

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Marine corps veteran faces deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD. May 13, 2019 In California, U.S. Marine Corps veteran is awaiting deportation to El Salvador. He says the crimes he.

The legislation would allow those who have been deported to come back to the U.S., as long as they didn’t commit “crimes. his success to a coalition formed by former Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher of.

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For years, Marine Corps veteran Enrique Salas sought to return to the United States after he was deported.. As many as 11,800 military families face deportation issues, group says.

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A U.S. military veteran served in Iraq. Now he faces deportation to a country he hasn’t lived in since he was 5 years old.

A Wisconsin combat veteran was driving down the highway in February when he suddenly found his name, license plate number and mental health information broadcast on the radio, on television and posted on electronic billboards across the state. "It felt very violating. Because I didn’t want everyone who doesn’t know me to know I have problems.

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