Hanoi Jane's apology

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After the U.S. prisoners of war returned and had landed at Clark Field in the Philippines in 1973, Jane Fonda publicly said that they were "hypocrites and liars and history will judge them severely."

Jane Fonda has now apologized for a photograph, but she speaks about some unexplained context. The context is the crime. The photograph is merely the visual evidence of the crime.

Bruce Herschensohn is a former deputy special assistant to President Nixon and a distinguished fellow of the Claremont Institute.

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