Calpernia, pages 123-124 in Unfit For Command also speak of this. John O'Neill talked about Pacepa and his revelations about the KGB disinformation campaign, the Stockholm Coonference and the Communist funded World Peace Organization. Romech Chandra is also mentioned.
From the last paragraph of that section: "Whether Kerry knew it or not, his 1971 testimony to the Fulbright Committee was receiting the Communist Party line chapter and verse. Pacepa left no doubt as to his conclusion, 'As far as I'm concernec, the KGB gave birth to the antiwar movement in America'."
>>>Calpernia, pages 123-124 in Unfit For Command also speak of this.
I haven't seen this book in my area yet. When I get it, I'm going to see if I can make it an ebook format. I type FAST.
Maybe JimRob will put a sign in area on FR for freepers to access so no copyright violations occur.
It would be interesting to hear what Jan Sejna's thoughts are as well. He also happens to have testified definititively regarding unaccounted POWs.