Violent Cases In Hawaii Involving PTSD Patients Likely To Increase

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Violent Cases In Hawaii Involving PTSD Patients Likely To Increase

HONOLULU — According to those who work with the military, violent acts involving PTSD patients are a national trend and Hawaii is not immune.

Clayborne Conley,43, was a former Hawaii Army National Guardsman with the 29th Infantry Brigade.

Those who know him said he was deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan and had suffered a traumatic brain injury and also struggled with post traumatic stress disorder.

Conley had a criminal record, including assault and temporary restraining order violations in 2007.

According to Noe Foster, CEO of The Strategist, an advisory firm for military health projects,a TRO is usually the first sign something is very wrong.

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