Thursday, June 12, 2008

Perot Charge McCain Suppressed Evidence Vietnam POWs Left Behind Resurfaces

Jonathan AlterWhen Ross Perot Calls…
The former presidential candidate blasts John McCain, and gets an education about Barack Obama's religion.

Jan 16, 2008 | Updated: 9:25 p.m. ET Jan 16, 2008

...Perot's real problem with McCain is that he believes the senator hushed up evidence that live POWs were left behind in Vietnam and even transferred to the Soviet Union for human experimentation, a charge Perot says he heard from a senior Vietnamese official in the 1980s. "There's evidence, evidence, evidence," Perot claims. "McCain was adamant about shutting down anything to do with recovering POWs."

John McCain shrugs off Ross Perot's comments on POWs

05:08 PM CST on Friday, January 18, 2008
By TODD GILLMAN / The Dallas Morning News

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — John McCain on Friday shrugged off an attack from Dallas billionaire and former presidential candidate H. Ross Perot, who has long maintained that Mr. McCain ignored the ongoing captivity of Americans held prisoner by North Vietnam.

Friday, January 18, 2008
Former POW's Letter to Newsweek

John McCain Opposed the Truth Accountability Bill(HR 3603) that House passed 401 to 0
Award Winning Documentary Shows Allegations Of McCain's Efforts To Block POW Investigations, Reports KST Communications

"Everything it says is the truth." - Ross Perot (Feb. 2004)

"Missing, Presumed Dead" was supported by several POW/MIA organizations who cite John McCain as one of the biggest obstacles in resolving the abandonment of America's POW/MIAs. Go to to learn more.

Bring Forgotten POWs Home ^ | May 29, 2007 | John LeBoutillier

Posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2007 11:36:36 AM by kellynla

Today Newsmax begins a true public service by doing something the so-called mainstream media will not do: informing you about the worst act of U.S. government malfeasance in American history.

And that is the deliberate abandonment of 700 US POWs in Vietnam and Laos back in 1973 — and the continued cover-up of the existence of these men.

It is the duty of all Americans to demand that our government right this wrong and — no matter the cost or embarrassment or damage to some political careers — do whatever it takes to make a deal to bring these men home while they still have a breath of life in them.

The book is titled "An Enormous Crime; The Definitive Account of American POWs Abandoned in Southeast Asia," written by former Rep. Bill Hendon and Beth Stewart, published by St. Martin's Press.

Among the many new revelations in An Enormous Crime:

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