I am trying my best to help my follow Veterans to obtain justice. I was a boiler technician for the Veterans’ Administration’s Michael E. DeBakey Medical Center from July 16, 2012 to December 31, 2013. I witnessed that the plumbing system of the Hospital was compromised. I made the mistake of trying to alert VA authorities to the fact that our service men and women who were in that facility were more than likely exposed to waste water, untreated water, and polluted water. The water was being used for drinking, cooking, bathing, or for providing medical care. I faced intense retaliation. This is a scandal that parallels Flint Michigan, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and other places where EPA water safety standards are ignored and the masses of people dependent on local water supplies suffer illnesses and sometimes death. If anyone can help me stand in the gap for the Servicemen and Servicewomen, please contact me. It is a scandal and shame that our veterans get such gross mal-practiced medical care as par for the course.