Articles by Greg Rinckey

Navy Engineer and Wife May Face Life in Prison for Allegedly Trying to Sell Nuclear Sub Secrets

Navy engineer Jonathan Toebbe and his wife Diana will remain in custody until at least Friday for a detention hearing — and could spend the rest of their lives behind bars…

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Marine Officer Scheller Officially Charged with Contempt, Disrespect over Viral Videos

Lt. Col. Stu Scheller was formally charged by the Marine Corps on Wednesday with six violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice and referred to a special court-martial,…

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Should troops who refuse the COVID vaccine be dishonorably discharged?

NEW YORK (NewsNation Now) — Should members of the military who refuse to get the COVID-19 vaccine risk being dishonorably discharged? Some people think it’s fair, while others…

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‘Air scrubbers’ deployed in Crowne Plaza Albany put minds at ease

Greg Rinckey is in planning mode. In late fall, his law firm will host its biggest event of the year, Vetcon. “Vetcon is an event where we bring together hundreds of…

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Pentagon orders COVID vaccinations for military personnel

Not getting the COVID-19 shot is no longer an option for almost all members of the U.S. military. With the Food and Drug Administration’s decision Monday to approve general use…

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Potential military vaccine mandate brings distrust, support

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Since President Joe Biden asked the Pentagon last week to look at adding the COVID-19 vaccine to the military’s mandatory shots, former Army lawyer Greg T.…

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The Essentials for Winning a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Malpractice Claim

Every year, thousands of vets suffer from the poor medical treatment they receive at VA hospitals or medical facilities. From medication and diagnosis errors, to surgical errors…

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COVID-19 ‘long-haulers’ join the ranks of disabled Americans

Thirty-one years ago, the federal government made a promise to people living with disabilities: “Let the shameful wall of exclusion finally come tumbling down,” President…

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Albany Officials Shutter Lark Street Bar Linked To Recent Violence

Albany Mayor Kathy Sheehan declared a State of Emergency Friday in order to shutter a city bar police say is linked to a recent spike in violence. The Democrat cited a 22%…

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Proposed vaccine mandate for federal employees could face some legal hurdles

The White House is “strongly considering” requiring federal employees show proof they received their COVID-19 vaccinations in order to return to their workplaces. The…

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