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Another game being played by the LA bureaucrats is the building of apartments at the cost of about $325,000 per unit in the unused hospitals that they now rent for TV productions at the Sepulveda VA. These so called very expensive apartments are meant to be home for people who are recovering addicts, etc. But wait, they say some Veterans can live there. This really is generous of them, isn’t it? The truth is, these will end up being fancy condos that will be sold for millions of dollars in a few years. Yes, I know, I know this is a travesty but they are doing it openly. This land was donated for the sole purpose of the healing and rehabilitation of our Veterans. Simple like that! Not to build a 149 unit condo instead of a hospital that can take care of more than one thousand Veterans at a time!<br> Rees Lloyd, a Vietnam-era Veteran and a member of the American Legion, compares the way VA treats the Veterans to the way The Bureau of Indian Affairs treated Indians.
"Every agreement and promise can be dismissed at convenience", says Rees. Mr. Lloyd, a lawyer by profession, who represented Cesar Chavez and Farmers Workers Movement for many years, has joined ‘We the Veterans’ in their attempt to save the land. Recently, in accordance, with the Flag Code of the Untied States, the Veterans decided to turn the flag upside down as a sign of distress.