It all started a few hours earlier on Feb. 2, 2010, when Sgt. Corrigan called the National Veterans Crisis Hotline for advice on sleeping because of nightmares from his year training Iraqi soldiers to look for IEDs in Fallujah. Without his permission, the operator, Beth, called 911 and reported Sgt. Corrigan “has a gun and wants to kill himself.”
“Then the cop said to me, ‘I don’t have time to play this constitutional bullshit with you. We’re going to break your door in, and you’re going to have to pay for a new door.’”
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That will teach him for asking help from the "National Veterans Crisis Hotline". Don't you know there motto? If you think your life is in Crisis, we'll give you a real crisis to cure you. I bet he doesn't have nightmares from his year training Iraqi soldiers to look for IEDs in Fallujah. Now he have nightmares the police breaking into his house to ransack it. Another National Veterans Crisis Hotline success story.
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