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The Marine veteran’s family plans to sue VA over defendant hospital and the death was ruled a homicide

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The family of an 87-year-old U.S. Navy veteran, who passed away suddenly in June of 2018 and beyond — allegedly as a result of incorrectly administered insulin doses at the Veterans Affairs hospital in West Virginia — plans to to require that the federal Department of Veterans Affairs concerning the death, which was ruled out of the murder.

The veteran, John Hallman, was given a lethal dose of insulin, that is, he does not need and that do not have a medical order has been placed,” so that the blood sugar to spike, leading up to his death, said the attorney, Tony O’Dell, who is up for some of the 11 victims who died under suspicious circumstances, at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg.

O’Dell said that he filed a notice of a pending lawsuit related to Hallman’s death, one of the two out of the 11 instances have to be named in a murder case.

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All of the 11 veterans who have died seem to have received a fatal dose of insulin, despite the fact that he was not being treated for diabetes or high blood sugar levels, according to the report.

The deaths are being investigated by both the FBI and the Office of the Inspector General for the Department of veterans affairs, but the relatives of the victims-as well as a few elected officials — have complained that the inspector general’s office has been too slow in carrying out the probe.

S. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., it has been written to U.S. Attorney General William Barr, saying he has “serious concerns about the pace of the investigation,” the Associated Press reported.

With the announcement of a civil suit was filed earlier this week, for the first time due to the Exponent Telegram of Clarksburg. The message says, Hallman’s death, it is considered to be one of murder on the basis of the pattern of events leading up to his death, but his body isn’t available to do an autopsy.”

A lawyer, O’, Dell is also representing the family of Felix McDermott, an 82-year-old Army veteran, who also died in the same medical centre, and under the same conditions as the Hallman. McDermott’s death was ruled a homicide after his body was exhumed and analysed in the context of the investigation.

The authorities say they have identified a person of interest in the case last week, but no arrests have been made. That person was a woman who was working the overnight shift as a nursing assistant and was laid off last year, the Washington Post reported, adding it had no name because she is not charged with any crime.

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The congress, earlier this week met to discuss the ongoing investigations, the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations is very heavy on the administrative errors and accounting issues that need to be corrected in order to prevent such incidents from happening again.

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