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Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal (2004)

In the mid 1960's thousands of young American men left their families, homes and jobs and went to fight for their country in Southeast Asia. Many of them never returned. Others were shot ... See full summary »

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Carlton Sherwood ...
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Kenneth W. Cordier ...
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George Day ...
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Ralph E. Gaither ...
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Paul Galanti ...
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Gordon Larson ...
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Thomas S. Pyle ...
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Thomas J. Sterling ...
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Leo K. Thorsness ...
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In the mid 1960's thousands of young American men left their families, homes and jobs and went to fight for their country in Southeast Asia. Many of them never returned. Others were shot down and captured behind enemy lines. They were forced to suffer years of brutal treatment at the hands of the Communist captors. In the opinions of this political affiliation, their horrifying days of darkness, starvation and torture were made worse by the actions of a young American Officer named John Kerry. Written by Carlton Sherwood

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Dish Network has this on PPV 11/1
1 November 2004 | by (Madison, Wisconsin) – See all my reviews

Dish Network has this on PPV tonite, as well at Fahrenheit 9/11. I chose to watch 'Stolen Honor,' since I've heard plenty about all the exaggerations made by Michael Moore.

It was more about POW's than about John Kerry. Though the POW's were very critical of Mr Kerry, I did not see anything that specifically was damaging to him.

I have no reason to disbelieve anything these POW's said, nor do I have any reason to disbelieve Kerry's testimony. Atrocities were committed in Viet Nam, as were acts of bravery. I was in college in the early '70s and was myself against the war.

I, for one, have become disenchanted with Mr. Bush and the direction he is taking this country. Ask yourself this: Do you think you will be BETTER off after another 4 years with Bush in the White House? Will the country be better off? Will you CHILDREN be better off?

I have not voted for a Democrat since I voted for Jimmy Carter in 1976, but I will be in 2004.


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