Monday, September 13, 2004


Unreal! Still More Forgery?

Kerry reportedly received three silver star citations for the same action. They were signed by Zumwalt, Hyland, and Lehman. PDF's of the second and third versions, those that omit his shooting a fleeing VC in the back, can be found at

The second one is particularly interesting because like the 1972 Air National Guard "memos" shown on 60 minutes, it looks like it was produced by software rather than a typewriter. It is proportionally spaced and kerned. In particular, look at words containing the letter "f" such as "Officer" and "fifty" and see where their heads and tails fall in relationship to the adjacent letters.

Since Admiral John J. Hyland, no longer served as Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet after December 5, 1970, how is it possible that the Navy had equipment that could create this "official document" before that date when the Air National Guard did not have it available to them until 1972, at least according to Dan Rather.


More Forged Documents?

Though the letter from Steve Nash of the UDT/SEAL Authentication Team gives much later dates for Kerry's naval service discharge, the Kerry site does provide a PDF of an honorable discharge granted to Kerry on 18 February 1972. What's curious about this document, however, is that it shows a 1972 discharge on what looks like a form that was not available until 1977!

If you go to the records posted at and look at the document titled "Honorable Discharge From Reserve," you will see the discharge date as 18 February 1972. But if you look at the bottom, the form is "NAVPERS 1926/7 (Rev. 3-77)" which I take to mean Navy Personal Form 1926/7, Revised March 1977, or more than 5 years after the discharge date shown?

Is this another forgery? Is what Steve Nash is saying about the discharge dates in his email correct?

Sunday, September 12, 2004


Did Kerry Complete His Obligation?

While the Demi-Brats are having tantrums over the President's service record, the question remains, though it is never asked, did John Kerry complete his military service obligation? Beyond that, it goes to the question as to whether or not his discharge, at least his original discharge, was honorable. What is Mr Kerry hiding in the service documents he refuses to release?

I received an interesting email, today, that gets into what may be behind Kerry's refusal to release his record and to take questions from the press during his campaign. If what this email says is even partly true, the Demi-Brats will certainly be sorry they ever began to disparage President Bush's honorable discharge and harass him over his service because a similar look at Kerry's record will have the potential of sinking his swiftboat campaign, a campaign that's dead in the water right now.
According to this letter:

1. John Kerry only served some 3 years of a 6 year commitment. After leaving active duty, did he attend the required 48 drills and 17 active duty days per year in the reserves?

2. Was John Kerry's original discharge less than honorable because of his anti-war activities? The email states that Kerry was originally discharged on 16 February 1978, but that he did not receive an honorable discharge until March of 2001.

For anyone wanting to know more, here is the content of this email:

Kerry's Military RecordUnlike McCain, Bush, and Gore...Kerry has adamantly refused to authorize the release of his military records. Most think it's because of his phony battle medals. I think the real reason is below. He was not granted an Honorable Discharge until March 2001, almost 30 years after his ostensible service term had ended!

This is very much out of the ordinary, and highly suspect.

There are 5 classes of Discharge: Honorable, General, Other Than Honorable, Bad Conduct, and Dishonorable. My guess is that he was Discharged in the '70s, but not Honorably. He appealed this sometime while Clinton was doing trouser-tricks in the Oval Office. Political pressure was applied, and the Honorable Discharge was then granted.

His file is probably rife with reports of this, submissions and hearings on the appeal, reports of his "giving aid andcomfort" to the enemy, along with protests that were filed with respect to his alleged valor under fire.

This will blow up in his face before October 15th.

On 18 Feb. 1966 John Kerry signed a 6 year enlistment contract with the Navy (plus a 6-month extension duringwartime).

On 18 Feb. 1966 John Kerry also signed an Officer Candidatecontract for 6 years -- 5 years of ACTIVE duty & ACTIVENaval Reserves, and 1 year of inactive standby reserves (See items #4 & #5).

Because John Kerry was discharged from TOTAL ACTIVE DUTY of only 3 years and 18 days on 3 Jan. 1970, he was then required to attend 48 drills per year, and not more than 17 days active duty for training. Kerry was also subject to theUniform Code of Military Justice. Additionally, Kerry, as a commissioned officer, was prohibited from making adverse statements against his chain of command or statements against his country, especially during time of war. It is also interesting to note that Kerry did not obtain an honorable discharge until Mar. 12, 2001 even though his service obligation should have ended July 1, 1972.

Lt. John Kerry's letter of 21 Nov. 1969 asking for an early release from active US Navy duty falsely states "My current regular period of obligated service would be completed in December of this year."

On Jan. 3, 1970 Lt. John Kerry was transferred to the Naval Reserve Manpower Center in Bainridge, Maryland.

Where are Kerry's Performance Records for 2 years of obligated Ready Reserve, the 48 drills per year required and his 17 days of active duty per year training while Kerry was in the Ready Reserves? Have these records been released?

Has anyone ever talked to Kerry's Commanding Officer at the Naval Reserve Center where Kerry drilled?

On 1 July 1972 Lt. John Kerry was transferred to Standby Reserve - Inactive.

On 16 February 1978 Lt. John Kerry was discharged from US Naval Reserve.

Below are some of the crimes Lt. Kerry USNR committed as a Ready Reservist, while he was acting as a leader of Vietnam Veterans Against the War

1. Lt. Kerry attended many rallies where the Vietcong flag was displayed while our flag was desecrated, defiled, and mocked, thereby giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

2. Lt. Kerry was involved in a meeting that voted on assassinating members of the US Senate.

3. Lt. Kerry lied under oath against fellow soldiers before the US Senate about crimes committed in Vietnam.

4. Lt. Kerry professed to being a war criminal on national television, and condemned the military and the USA.

5. Lt. Kerry met with NVA and Vietcong communist leaders in Paris, in direct violation of the UCMJ and the U.S. Constitution.Lt. Kerry by his own words & actions violated the UCMJ and the U.S. Code while serving as a Navy officer. Lt. Kerry stands in violation of Article 3, Section 3 of the U.S.Constitution. Lt. Kerry's 1970 meeting with NVA Communistsin Paris is in direct violation of the UCMJ's Article104 part 904, and U.S. Code 18 U.S.C. 953. That meeting, and Kerry's subsequent support of the communists while leading mass protests against our military in the year that followed, also place him in direct violation of our Constitution's Article 3, Section 3, which defines treason as "giving aid and comfort" to the enemy in time of warfare.

The Constitution's Fourteenth Amendment, Section 3, states, "No Person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice-President ... having previously taken an oath to support the Constitution of the United States, [who has] engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.

"A. L. "Steve" Nash, MAC Ret, UDT/SEAL AuthenticationTeam -Director AuthentiSEAL Phone 707 438 0120 "The only service where All investigators are US Navy SEALs" [ _ (]

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