Wednesday, June 29, 2005

POW/MIA Activist Accused Of "Intimidating and Harassing" Vietnam's Primer Minister

My wife, my 13 year old Grand Daughter and I all three wear POW/MIA bracelets with the name of a United States soldier that served in Vietnam on them. We haven't seen anything that tells us the public has been told the truth about POW's/MIA's that were left behind after any war this country was ever involved in as of yet. Tonight we got an E-mail from our friend's, Chuck and Mary Schantag of the Pow Network ( in Skidmore, Missouri. It contained a link to a U.S. Veteran Dispatch ( article that you probably won't see in your local paper. The article tells about POW/MIA activist Jerry Kiley managing to get close enough to Communist Vietnam's Prime Minister, Phan Van Khai to toss a glass of wine onto the carpet in front of the podium Khai was standing at. Kiley set the glass on a table and said the wine represents the blood of all the political prisoners and POW's that Khai and the Communist government he represented were responsible for murdering. Senator John McCain claims that he and Khai were splashed by the symbolic blood and that constituted assault. Kiley was arrested by United States Secret Service Agents and charged under Title 18, United States Code, Section 112(B). As a rule I don't condone violating the law, but sometimes I guess you have to take drastic measures to draw the publics attention to issues our elected officials would like us to forget. Kiley is securing an attorney and has said McCain will be subpoenaed as a witness. I feel this could get interesting. I hope you will take the time to read the Dispatch article at,

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.


Blogger Sar said...

Seems there's a lot of symbolic bloody hands these days. I hope John McCain does the right thing if he gets a suppoena.

1:47 PM  
Blogger John said...

Awesome post!

7:18 PM  
Blogger Unadulterated Underdog said...

Good post. How could anyone, much less a stalwort of Democracy such as McCain, side with a villain like this? It's a sad shame.

9:13 PM  
Blogger David Schantz said...

Every since he returned home McCain has supported Vietnam and opposed doing more to find those that are still unaccounted for.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic

10:35 PM  
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Blogger Katherine Thayer said...

Don't loose hope. Remember Hiroo Onoda and Bakhretdin Khakimov. They already presumed dead. But they are still alive.

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