Demand an Investigation of Senator John Kerry sign now

There are some very serious questions that John Kerry needs to answer -- unfortunately, the media is too busy going through the President's dental records to ask them. I am writing to demand a public investigation of John Kerry's war record and post-Vietnam activities. President Bush has released his National Guard records at the very least, Senator Kerry should release his own records for public scrutiny.

The media has failed, either negligently or willfully, to do its job. Either negligently or willfully, the media has failed to divulge vital information on John Kerry -- information that informed voters need (for example, a 5/6/01 tape from "Meet The Press" where John Kerry admits that he committed War Crimes, which NBC has suppressed). The "Meet the Press" tape needs to be released for public scrutiny.

John Kerry has held himself out as a war hero -- and the media has not challenged this assertion, but it has happily repeated it ad nauseam. In fact, copious research has unearthed information that, if validated, would require the indictment of Senator Kerry for War Crimes. Lt. Calley was indicted for actions similar to those attributed to John Kerry. For example:

- Meet the Press, 5/6/01, John Kerry said, in an audio tape Tim Russert played from April of 1971, "yes, I committed the same kind of atrocities as thousands of other soldiers have committed in that I took part in shootings in free fire zones. I conducted harassment and interdiction fire. I used 50 calibre machine guns, which we were granted and ordered to use, which were our only weapon against people. I took part in search and destroy missions, in the burning of villages. All of this is contrary to the laws of warfare, all of this is contrary to the Geneva Conventions."

- Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, is alleged to have said that during his own command of US naval forces in Vietnam, just prior to his anointment as CNO, young Kerry had created great problems for him and the other top brass, by killing so many non-combatant civilians and going after other non-military targets. "We had virtually to straight-jacket him to keep him under control," the admiral said. Available at http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/edit/archives/2004/02/11/2003098345 .

These are just some examples of Kerry's questionable conduct during the war -- the very same conduct that Kerry, before Congress in April of 1971, called "War Crimes", an accusation he leveled at his fellow soldiers before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. It is the medias job, and the job of the Senate in which he serves (though his attendance record is dismal Kerry is absent almost 70\% of the time) to investigate these charges.

As Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on POW/MIA in the early 1990s, after the war, Senator Kerry lobbied zealously for normalized relations with Vietnam. As a result, his cousin, C. Stewart Forbes, was able to broker a billion dollar deal between Hanoi and Colliers International, a large company based in his home state of Massachusetts. Is this merely an odd coincidence? Further, there is credible evidence that his committee suppressed evidence including live sightings that there were still indeed American prisoners in Vietnam. If introduced, this evidence may have prevented the normalized relations he sought normalized relations that were paramount to sealing the Colliers deal. Some investigators have charged that Kerry threatened, if the suppressed evidence ever leaked out, that they would wish [theyd] never been born. This needs to be investigated as well.

We need a full, fair, open investigation into Senator Kerry's conduct and his record. If these allegations (and others), prove to be true, the appropriate actions against Senator Kerry need to be taken. At the very least, the American people need to know who John Kerry really is.

This is the fiduciary duty of the media. Anything less is malpractice. The Senate must investigate as well, Kerry's records must be released, and the tape of Meet the Press from 5/6/01 must be released as well.

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