A disabled british commando (and hero) was left brain damaged after his vehicle was hit by a Taliban bomb in 2008.Corporal Simon Vaughan suffered a shattered pelvis, broken back and collapsed lungs in a Taliban attack in Musa Qala, Helmand, while attached to 29 Commando regiment.
His injuries from the blast in Afghanistan in December 2008 when his vehicle drove over an unexploded bomb were so severe that Army doctors were convinced he would not survive the flight home.
They had even pinned an obituary to his bag, but he survived his transfer home – where his family were told he might be in a ‘vegetative’ state for the rest of his life.
But after treatment at Birmingham’s Selly Oak Hospital, the Royal Hospital London and at Headley Court rehabilitation centre in Surrey, he made a recovery.
However Corporal Vaughan, who is from Shropshire and was said to have been once tipped by top brass for the SAS, can only communicate with an electronic aid.
Speaking about her husband’s condition in 2011, his wife Donna said: ‘After what he’s been through he’s still smiling, still laughing and he’s got his personality back, all the things the doctors said he would not get back.
‘They have now said that he could possibly have the potential to get back on his feet, obviously with help.’
She added that his dream was to stand in a pub with friends at a commando reunion.
He was awarded 1.1 million pounds, he spent a large portion of this on buying a specially adapted house so he could have an easier life. His wife decided to leave him on Valentines day and now wants the remainder of his compensation in the divorce leaving him with only benefits to live on.
Women Against Feminism UK: This feminazi deserves not one penny, not one of his compensation. She is a terrible woman and terrible human being.