“I’m very upset. I’m at the point of tears,” said Paul Sullivan, executive director of Veterans for Common Sense, who lives in Austin.
“We warned the military about this. We warned the military about the need to increase the number of mental health care providers. We warned the military about lowering recruiting standards, about the medical exams for soldiers coming back from the war and needing mental health care and brain injury exams.”
“We have been working tirelessly to try to prevent this from happening,” he said. “This is so horrible. This is a tragedy.”
Never let a tragedy go to waste….