The 1st lie by the Hawaii Veterans Affair (VA)

Posted on August 1, 2014

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The Hawaii Veterans Affair (VA) Administration lied, Misty Kiyuna and Andrew Dahlberg of the Hawaii VA Homeless program wrote to me that, myself, a Veteran could not provide a service while being given a service on January 4, 2013. The VA denied me the right to video the Governor Abercombie and Collin Kipin’s new grand opening Gala of the YWCA/U.S. VETS Program for homeless female veterans that I was a participate at. The VA, the Governor, the YWCA and U.S. Vets had a Posh Party, a fancy smorgasbord with Valet parking, Steak and Shrimp on the Barbie to celebrate 5 participants in a new program just a few days old slated for 20 Homeless Female Veterans. The VA, the U.S. Vets COO Darryl Vincent, and Dr Kim Cook all claimed that I could not video and provide a service, while the facts show that other female veterans for the same VA vendor the U.S. Vets are regularly allowed to provide services to the U.S. VETS program. Donna Klinch and other program participates are allowed to on a daily basis to provide a service doing work at the U.S. Vets reception desk answering the phone for the U.S. Vets Staff, make meals, do yard services etc. Governor Abercombie and Collin Kipin stood by and allowed the VA, the U.S. Vets and the YWCA to deny me the right to Video the Gala event on Jauary 4, 2013, I shared with both the Governor and Collin Kipin who chose to only ignored me and dismissed my complaint.

Donna Klinch providing a service at VA program at the U.S. Vets that she is a program client at, news story by Jim Mendoza Hawaii News Now Oct 26, 2012

Donna Klinch providing a service at VA program at the U.S. Vets that she is a program client at, news story by Jim Mendoza Hawaii News Now Oct 26, 2012

Donna Klinch providing a service at VA program at the U.S. Vets that she is  a program client at, news story by Jim Mendoza Hawaii News Now Oct 26, 2012

Donna Klinch providing a service at VA program at the U.S. Vets that she is a program client at, news story by Jim Mendoza Hawaii News Now Oct 26, 2012

So what is going on?? Here is the Link to KGMB News Story showing Homeless Veteran Donna Klinch providing a service while being a client receiving services at the U.S. Vets a VA Federally Funded Program. In this Video link to the News Story done by Hawaii News Now, you will see the client Donna Klinch a Homeless Veteran in the U.S. Vets program at the U.S. Vets reception desk answering the phones for the U.S. Vets a Veterans Affair vendor:

http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/19929847/new-shelter-at-ywca-to-house-homeless-female-veterans

Also posted on the VA Vendor U.S. Vets website:

http://www.usvetsinc.org/information-center/locations/barbers-point/hawaii-news-now-covers-the-advance-womens-program-starting-in-hawaii/

The link states “The U.S. Vets story post”Hawaii News Now, one of Hawaii’s major news stations, did a feature story on U.S.VETS-Barbers Point’s new women veterans program. On October 26, 2012”

Clearly the News Story shows the U.S. Vets program Client Donna Klinch providing a service, and yet this was the very lied that the VA, the U.S.Vets and the YWCA stated to me that “you can not provided a service when being given a service” and denying me the right to video.

Update more proof of the lies and Harm to me

Here is another Video Veterans Clients providing a service and the U.S. Vets hopes the Veterans Clients ” will make money for themselves and the U.S Vets” U.S.VETS – Houston Opens Brand New Kitchen

U.S.VETS – Houston has completed construction on a brand new kitchen! This new facility will allow veterans at the Houston facility to enjoy healthy, freshly-prepared meals, as well as provide employment opportunities. With the recent opening of 200 additional beds at U.S.VETS – Houston, the kitchen is needed more than ever. Demolition began in January, and

The Houston ABC News affiliate came out to tour the new kitchen and talk to some of the residents and staff of U.S.VETS – Houston

Update http://www.usvetsinc.org/information-center/locations/houston/u-s-vets-houston-opens-brand-new-kitchen/

Update – Feb 17, 2016 Embattled VA director Wayne Pfeffer of Veterans Affairs in Pacific has abruptly resigned, effectively immediately as reported from the Honolulu Star Advertiser. The Article from Dan Nakaso states :

“Pfeffer had been on the job less than three years and oversaw a system that at one point in 2014 had the longest wait times in the entire VA system for an incoming patient to get an initial appointment with a primary care physician. In 2014, U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard had called for Pfeffer’s resignation.” Read the Full Article here https://www.staradvertiser.com/breaking-news/embattled-director-of-veterans-affairs-in-pacific-resigns/

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