Marine Corps Veteran Faces Deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD

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Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA A decorated US Marine Corps veteran who a federal judge ruled was an American citizen is facing deportation. PTSD-induced episode of delusion at the time and believed.

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In California, U.S. Marine Corps veteran is awaiting deportation to El Salvador. He says the crimes he committed were linked to PTSD from combat in Iraq. ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: People who aren’t U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Faces Deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD. By Quil Lawrence. While it is inaccurate to say that PTSD.

Quil Lawrence is a New York-based correspondent for NPR News, covering veterans’ issues nationwide. He won a Robert F. Kennedy Award for his coverage of American veterans and a Gracie Award for coverage of female combat veterans. In 2019 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America honored Quil with its IAVA Salutes Award for Leadership in Journalism.

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All Things Considered Marine Corps Veteran Faces Deportation, Says His Crimes Are Linked To PTSD May 13, 2019 at 2:30 pm

In California, U.S. Marine Corps veteran is awaiting deportation to El Salvador. He says the crimes he committed were linked to PTSD from combat in Iraq. ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: People who aren’t U.S.

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Quil Lawrence is a New York-based correspondent for NPR News, covering veterans’ issues nationwide. He won a Robert F. Kennedy Award for his coverage of American veterans and a Gracie Award for coverage of female combat veterans. In 2019 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America honored Quil with its IAVA Salutes Award for Leadership in Journalism.