Army Sergeant Erik Roberts, who was wounded in Iraq by a roadside bomb in 2006, has been forced to undergo 13 surgeries in an desperate effort to save his leg.  Yet Erik has had to pay for most of his medical treatment through his own private insurance and now he has been billed $3000 for antibiotics.  Here is yet another example of a pattern — extensively documented in GAO reports and in The Three Trillion Dollar War — of the government trying to pass the cost of the war on to our veterans and their families.   Read the full story:


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