I can add nothing to the comments by Vietnam Vets and their families:
“She supported the North Vietnamese during the Vietnam War and proves that she is a traitor to this country by giving aid and comfort to the enemies of the United States during wartime.”
“She betrayed US POW’s by handing their secret notes that they had passed to her…she handed their scraps of paper to the guards, who then beat some of those POW’to death.”
“I have read several times the report of what happened to American prisoners when they slippedtheir SS numbers to her inthebelief that,being anAmerican, she would pass them along to American authorities. Instead, she gave them to the Vietnamese captors and they were all beaten severely, causing the death of one American soldier. She shouldhave been prosecuted fortreason and shot.”
“Maybe she can explain why she gave a Viet officer the notes some men had passed to her causing them to receive extreme punishment and crippling injuries. She was a traitor and now wants forgiveness for the kind of reaction that she receives from our service vets.”
More photos of Hanoi Jane here: http://www.1stcavmedic.com/jane_fonda.htm
(CNSNews.com) – Actress Jane Fonda said in a statement posted on her website today that the QVC television channel cancelled an appearance they had scheduled with her today to promote her new book “Prime Time,” blaming the cancellation on what she called “well funded and organized political extremist groups.”
In the same statement Fonda said, “I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us.”
In 1972, during the Vietnam War, Fonda took a two-week trip to North Vietnam, where she was photographed sitting on an antiaircraft gun that North Vietnamese forces otherwise used for shooting at American planes.
When she returned from her sojourn in Vietnam, as Time Magazine reported at the time, she accused U.S. forces of deliberately trying to bomb and destroy dikes, whose destruction could have caused the death of many civilians.