I would like to make one clarification on this video regarding the segment featuring Admiral (later Senator) Jeremiah Denton: Prior to the interview depicted, Denton was severely tortured to force him to condemn U.S. policy. He defied his captors by stating the following: " I don't know what is going on in the war now because the only sources I have access to are North Vietnamese radio, magagines and newspapers. But whatever the position of my government is, I agree with it, support it and will support it as long as I live." Not only had Denton defied his captors with his words, but he consistently blinked "TORTURE" in Morse Code during the interview. This was later detected by Naval intelligence and it was the first confirmation of torture to U.S. POW's by the North Vietnamese. Afterwards, Denton was again severely tortured for his defiance. As strongly and positively as this video portrays our POW's, such heroism is beyond our imaginings. .......................................................................................Steve Sherman
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Their Veterans Day
Some said let you apologize
But that wouldnt do it in our eyes.
A man astride of each position
Could we believe your true contrition?
And on deaf ears your words would fall
To those whose names are on that Wall
The vindication they now accept
In settling up this long-held debt,
Is that for them we gave our best
And denied you, John, your lifelong quest.
We fought for them, fought for our own,
To make you reap what you had sown.
Listen carefully John to what we say,
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