Skip to comments.NewsMax, DISH Network Air ‘Stolen Honor’
Posted on 11/01/2004 12:38:44 PM PST by KiloLima
NewsMax.com has broken the media's censorship of the controversial documentary "Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal" and has begun airing the film on national television.
Beginning Saturday morning, NewsMax began airing the documentary, directed by award-winning journalist Carlton Sherwood, on national networks and on local networks across the nation.
Sherwood's account of John Kerry's activities as a leader of the Vietnam anti-war movement has infuriated the Kerry campaign.
"Very simply, the press has accepted everything John Kerry has said for the past 33 years," Sherwood said, explaing the media's reluctance to air his film or offer the public a detailed account of its charges. "They have never challenged him. They never challenged him in '71. They are afraid to do so now because they might discover that over three decades they were wrong about him and his war allegations."
"Stolen Honor" aired on PAX-TV twice Saturday. PAX-TV, one of the nation's largest TV networks, reaches approximately 90 million homes.
The documentary will air 10 times on PAX alone during this weekend, including showings on Sunday at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST/PST.
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It's going to show on Oct 31st and this is posted on Nov 1?
Does that make this Late Breaking News?
As I said in post number 1, dated today November 1, it was shown this morning on PAX and will likely be shown at other times today.
It will not be in your schedule. You need to keep checking in at PAX to find it. I found it 3 times so far that way. . .
I hope you and others who have not seen it yet will be able to. It is a powerful film. Kerry's people threatened to sue the other network, Sinclair, that planned to air it, so they cancelled the airings.
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