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[SUNDAY FEAURE] Iraq War vet says Mesa landlord blocks PTSD treatment

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By Jim Walsh | Tribune Staff Writer

Retired U.S. Air Force Sgt. Tim Evans just wants the help he desperately needs – the help he earned – at a Veterans Administration Office in Payson.

After a career as a military dog handler and six months on the front lines in Iraq, Evans just needs to move there so he can get daily treatment for severe PTSD.

But Evans, 38, said the owners of his apartment complex in east Mesa are standing in the way by refusing to let him out of his lease.

Evans is a tormented man trying to heal.


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