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To: mark502inf

Mark...

I think, you didn't answer my question...and honestly I didn't ask what he did in South America for Reagan...

So...how comes that William Walker, a honorary member of the NAAC, was the first one who broke the news that there was a "massacre on civilians" by the serbian forces...???

hmmmmmmmm....What do you think, how much money did he get for his "fair" analyzis of the incident from his fellow brothers of the NAAC...???

If you are not ready to put 1 and 1 together, we did...!!!!


140 posted on 06/03/2004 9:14:02 AM PDT by dj_animal_2000
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To: dj_animal_2000
dj, I respect William Walker and that dates back to before his KVM time. Walker has a history as a straight shooter for both Reagan and Bush in some pretty pressurized circumstances in Latin America--I think that history is relevant to how he conducted himself in Kosovo; to include the absence of personal corruption in an environment where everyone from drug lords to communist agents and corrupt politicians would have loved to have him in their pocket.

Walker called it as he saw it at Racak. And the evidence supports him. I don't know how he came to be a member of NAAC, whether he was invited or asked to join, but if you think money was used to influence Walker's professional judgment at Racak, write to your congressman or to the State Department or call the nearest federal attorney's office and if it's true, let's get him in jail. For sure, you would not say our diplomat was bribed without some evidence, right?

141 posted on 06/03/2004 9:39:26 AM PDT by mark502inf
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