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Combat Army Veteran Sues Federal Government Over Its Handling of His PTSD

border patrol 3By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

An Army sergeant who spent 10 months in Afghanistan is suing the federal government for how it handled his battle with post-traumatic stress disorder.

Sgt. Anthony Gazoda, 31, of Michigan, joined the Border Patrol after retuning home from a war zone. His job took him to Laredo, Texas.

“After about two months I started noticing my sleep was off. I started having anxiety and depression,” Gazvoda told WDIV

He was sent home after government doctors diagnosed him with PTSD.

“The government’s doctors have evaluated him and said he’s fit to be a Border Patrol agent. We just need to get him out of the southern, arid desert,” attorney Jason Turkish said.

His attorney said the environment created flashbacks of firefights in Afghanistan.

Since then, he said, the government has threatened to fire him if he didn’t return to Laredo.

“You send these brave men and women off to war. You have to be accountable when they return home,” Turkish said.


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