September 16, 2004


This might be believable it was presented in a memo:

A veteran who testified to John Kerry about atrocities he committed in the Vietnam War is now claiming that the Democratic presidential candidate coerced him to tell tales.

Steven Pitkin, an Army combat veteran, told FOX News that Kerry coached him and others to say they had witnessed war crimes, even after Pitkin told Kerry that he had not.

Put this away for thirty years, reproduce it in hologram technology available in 2034, and CBS might cover it.

Posted by Tim Blair at September 16, 2004 02:09 AM

I, for one, believe him. The anti-war lobby was more determined to win than our government, in the end. The proof is scrawled in the blood of our GIs and South Vietnamese who needlessly lost their lives when we lost the will to prosecute the war effectively.

Posted by: c at September 16, 2004 at 04:06 AM

The Anti-America "mainstream" media has had the Marxist creed that "the end justify the means" for at least 50 years. Thank God for the net!
Now some of their "news" (out right lies), can be countered.
Rod Stanton
Cerritso, Cal

Posted by: Rod Stanton at September 25, 2004 at 03:23 AM