Kind-hearted former soldier offers war hero home after he was left living in car for 6 MONTHS
War veteran homeless and sleeping in car
By Mike Lockley
7 FEB 2016
The father of three, who joined the Irish Guards at the tender age of 16, has served in Northern Ireland, Bosnia, Kosova, twice in Iraq – and three times in Afghanistan.
A veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq has been living in his car for six weeks after being made homeless.Veteran of two wars Richard Storer who says he is homeless and being forced to sleep in his car
Richard Storer, from Solihull , tormented by the horrors he witnessed during a 21-year army career, burrows deep into a sleeping bag on the back seat of his battered VW Golf each night.
Occasionally, if he is lucky, he is able to doss down on a friend’s sofa but that is the exception to the rule.
The 41-year-old, wrapped tight against winter’s bite, has become a familiar sight in Lea Village, on the outskirts of Chelmsley Wood.
The ex-corporal, invalided out of the Army with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder last June, says his country has forgotten him.
“I don’t expect special treatment,” he said. “I don’t expect special treatment because I fought for this country, I just want what’s right.
“But I recently saw a programme about Syrian refugees, and it said 80 per cent of those shown had been given homes.
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