The Department of Veterans Affairs allegedly fired one of its public affairs officers in December for disclosing that the White River Junction VA medical center manipulated a document to obscure why a veteran died while waiting for an appointment.

Joseph Anglin, a public affairs officer at the facility, was terminated from his position Dec. 9. His termination comes just a month after informing the inspector general Nov. 7 that the medical center director and his assistant manipulated a document Anglin had written, in order to downplay any possibility of scandal after a veteran died while on an appointment wait list.   Read more   


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