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Topic - Les Eisner
A Pentagon budget plan to take Army National Guard Apache attack helicopters from America's citizen-soldiers doesn't sit well with the South Carolina general who commanded an Apache battalion and flew the fearsome choppers for 1,500 hours during his 37-year career.
The Lifetime television network's attempt to air a movie this weekend on a man who killed his father and maimed his mother with an ax depends on a ruling from a New York state court.
Les Eisner, a spokesman for Lifetime's parent company, A&E Television Networks, said the network was not commenting at this time.
"First and foremost, we're concerned about the well-being of Lindsay and anyone else who may have been involved in the accident," Lifetime spokesman Les Eisner said, adding, "Lindsay has been doing fantastic work on the set of `Liz and Dick.'"