‘I could not betray my principles and watch others suffer while doing nothing’: Bruyea

Former Air Force intelligence officer Sean Bruyea’s fight with Veterans Affairs Canada for veterans’ benefits and for his own reputation and privacy affected his health, his personal relationships, and his finances. But he’d do it again.

Sean Bruyea suffered from fits of ‘suicidal ideation, physical and psychological breakdowns, as well as devastating shame’ and months of ‘darkness and despair’ during his fight with Veterans Affairs Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Bea Vongdouangchanh

PUBLISHED : Monday, June 30, 2014 12:57 AM

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