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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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Jack H. Fellowes ...
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Ralph E. Gaither ...
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Paul Galanti ...
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Carlyle S. 'Smitty' Harris ...
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Gordon Larson ...
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Kevin McManus ...
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Thomas M. McNish ...
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Thomas S. Pyle ...
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Robinson Risner ...
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Robert H. Shumaker ...
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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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A Man who shouldn't be even considered for President
2 November 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A very good film for supporters of John Kerry to see. But, only if they are going to put the same faith in what they see on the screen as they did in Michael Moore's piece of detritus. This is not a Democrat vs Republican issue. John Kerry has been shown to have been a afraid while in Viet Nam (not abnormal), but someone who acted on that fear by getting 3 quick Purple Hearts, (two for self inflicted wounds) to get himself out of there, that is cowardice. He was leaving so someone else had to take his risks for him. His wounds were band aid boo boo's. He should be ashamed of himself for taking medals that true heroes earned with real wounds. I suppose people assume this is a conspiracy. Well there are at least 10 highly decorated officers in this film who unflinchingly served above and beyond the call of duty. And in fact suffered more because of John Kerry. I dare doubters to watch these men and tell me a Congressional Medal of Honor winner is lying about Mr Kerry. And then I want the doubters to ask themselves do they actually think 240 men who served with him could all conspire against Kerry and be lying and not have anyone come forward and admit it. I think not. Watch this film to see again some brave men from the war even I played a much smaller role in. This film should have been seen nationally and discussed in the general media. If things go badly at the polls on Nov 2nd, we will have a lying, treasonous, conspirator as president. And important documentary. And thank you to the POW's who appeared for their sacrifice, and to those who didn't have the chance to appear. I'm humbled by them, I only gave two years of life.


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