FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2004
SWIFT VETS AND POWs MAKE STOLEN HONOR AVAILABLE FREE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
At www.StolenHonor.com, The Public Can Watch What John Kerry, The Democrats, And The Media Have Tried To Censor … And They Can Watch For Free
ALEXANDRIA, Va. --- Swift Vets and POWs for Truth today announced it has contracted with Red, White & Blue Productions to make the groundbreaking 43 minute documentary Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal available FREE to the general public through the web site www.StolenHonor.com. In addition, five mini-documentaries addressing several Kerry controversies will also be available free of charge, including the controversies over how he received his Silver Star and his three Purple Hearts and his supposed Christmas in Cambodia.
“American prisoners of war who were held by the North Vietnamese – an enemy that received aid and comfort from John Kerry – will not be silenced or censored. Now anybody who wants to see the truth about how Mr. Kerry’s affected those of us held in captivity can see it for free without any interference or harassment from Mr. Kerry or his supporters or from the media,” said Tom McNish, retired U.S. Air Force colonel who was held for six years and six months in North Vietnamese prisons.
“Mr. Kerry’s public statements attacked all servicemen serving at the time, calling all of us war criminals, and giving the North Vietnamese justification to threaten POWs with trial and punishment as war criminals. We had already resisted several years of torture in unsuccessful efforts to get us to confess to war crimes. Mr. Kerry’s visits to Paris and meetings with North Vietnamese and Viet Cong officials – and his subsequent endorsement of their proposals – only encouraged the enemy and prolonged the war and our captivity. His actions then would be no different from U.S. serviceman today denouncing our troops in Iraq as war criminals, meeting with al Qaeda, publicly advocating their positions, and then running for President 30 years from now.”
To schedule an interview with Mr. McNish or another of the POWs contact Keith Appell at (703)-683-5004, ext. 112
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