John Kerry recently created a defense fund to pay his legal costs in a federal defamation lawsuit filed last fall by a Pennsylvania filmmaker, Carlton Sherwood.
Sherwood alleged that Kerry and a top aide sought to "discredit and silence" him while blocking the broadcast of his anti-Kerry documentary during the final weeks of the presidential race.
Over at VVLF (Vietnam Veterans Legacy Foundation), retired Air Force Col. George "Bud" Day has this to say, "I'm sure he (Sen. Kerry) has many rich, veteran-hating friends. Maybe Hanoi Jane (Fonda) will pick up his legal bills. But, he's not exactly penniless. Why one of the wealthiest men in the Senate would expect others to pay his lawyers and use questionable Senate privileges against veterans he's wronged is shameful. Like everything about this character, it's phony, deceitful, and a sham."
The film, "Stolen Honor: Wounds that Never Heal," included interviews with Col. Day and several other Vietnam POWs held in the notorious Hanoi Hilton prison camp in 1971. That is when then Lt. Kerry publicly denounced Vietnam veterans as "war criminals" before the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Those accusations, the POWs said, were not only false but threatened their survival and lengthened their captivity in the hands of the Communists who had already beaten, tortured and even murdered many American POWs.
Please visit the VVLF site and learn more about the treacherous John Kerry.
John Kerry, release your FULL military records.
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