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Published on Sep 16, 2010
Large numbers of soldiers have been wrongly discharged with personality disorder, meaning they're no longer able to receive medical care and forced to give back a slice of their signing bonus. But the big question is whether these discharges are valid, or just a way for the Pentagon to save billions of dollars. Joshua Kors, investigative reporter for The Nation, explains that this preexisting condition is discovered only when the soldiers are wounded and seek health benefits. He explains the recent case of a wounded soldier that claims the military tortured him and then was handed a bill.