Request the US Army to accept jurisdiction over Josh Eisenhauer's case.

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Michael Walker
8 years ago
He is a friend and served with him.

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Janet Vaughn
8 years ago
As a parent of a former soldier, I am horrified at what has been allowed to happen. SSG Eisenhauer needs to be treated, not locked up and prosecuted. My son has had flashbacks and nightmares also, some of which I've witnessed. This prosecution is unacceptable!!

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James Salmons
8 years ago
All members of the service should be treated fair and know the whole story

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Barbara Day
8 years ago
They serve to protect my rights we should in return protect theirs.

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Coby Moore
8 years ago
Veterans need proper medical care for PTSD, TBI and the VA should be held accountable for his actions..
It seems in America we blame others for our own issues.

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David Barnett
8 years ago
I knew Josh and his family when he was just a kid on the soccer fields of Fort Worth. This is a wonderful, giving, serving, proud American family who now needs the help and support of the country Josh risked his life to defend.

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Brandence Vig
8 years ago
I'm a military brat, and an ex military dependent. I have a lot of military friends, and they need help now!

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Charlee Shaw
8 years ago
My boyfriend suffers from PTSD and I know exactly how it is to live with a person who suffers from this. I read over the case and it sounds to me that Ike had a flash back. Please get him the help that he needs and deserves!!!!

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Cole Fishman
8 years ago
Although I do not know this gentleman personally, by reading this and understanding aspects of Nero Psychology I can tell he is having severe PTSD. PTSD is a very difficult disorder, it is mainly common after wars. The army often tends to the physical wounds rather than the psychological pains. When a soldier has PTSD it is not something that can easily be dealt with, we saw it after vietnam when soldiers could hardly live in society. PTSD is an injury he sustained in battle. If he got his leg destroyed in battle the army would certainly offer compensation. I can go on and on with facts and statistics about war and everything but the fact is. This man will not recover in jail, jail is traumatic enough.

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conor langan
8 years ago
hes a good friend