20 million VA records stolen

And this gang is supposed to keep us safe from terrorism?

From a friend:

More later as information becomes available. The bottom line is that 20 million or more records with names, SSNs, birthdates, and disability information may now be in the hands of criminals.

VA computer disk stolen
Updated 5/22/2006 12:19 PM ET

WASHINGTON (AP) – A computer disk with personal information about millions of U.S. veterans was stolen from the home of a senior Veterans Affairs official, congressional sources said Monday.

Veterans Affairs Secretary Jim Nicholson and the agency’s deputy secretary planned a noon conference call on the stolen information with more details.


The disk contained Social Security numbers, disability ratings and other personal information.

0 thoughts on “20 million VA records stolen”

  1. the person that took the records home needs to be brought up on crimanel charges if not what the hell is justes all about? it always seems like the bigger the crime the more chances are that you will get away with it and to me thats pure bull shit!!!!

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