This class-action lawsuit could help thousands of veterans diagnosed with PTSD
from USA Today
What happened to 26-year-old Icarus Randolph sounds like the rehash of a tired script: the Fourth of July in an African-American neighborhood, a call for assistance, white cops respond, tensions escalate in the front yard, gunfire erupts as the entire family recoils in horror and another young black man gets wheeled on a gurney to the coroner's office. This one occurred in Wichita, Kansas, on Independence Day 2014. But the incident may well exceed the scope of a #blacklivesmatter scenario. The fate of former Marine Randolph and others like him is now at the heart of a class-action lawsuit aiming to erase the blight of "bad paper" discharges against post-9/11 veterans diagnosed with PTSD, traumatic brain injury and associated service-connected issues.
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