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We did and we've made a difference. S-484 and HR-1926 "The Bring Them Home Alive Act of 2000" is now Public Law 106-484. Kentucky was the only state that had all of our Congressmen and Senators on as co-sponsors. What is 106-484?

If any person from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, North Korea, China or the former Soviet Union helps bring out a live American prisoner of war (POW) they can get refugee or amnesty status. In other words, they will be protected. This also extends to their family.

This is important for our past POW/MIAs but can also protect any prisoners of war in the future.


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A senate aide confided that the POW issue is not a high priority because there is "no public interest." We don't believe that's true. Please support our efforts. Become a member of Task Force Omega or other veterans support organizations.


You Can Help
Write or call your elected officials
, including the President. Demand that the U.S. Government:

· Issue an ultimatum to the Communist governments of Vietnam and Laos to return live American POWs and account for the others, or suffer immediate dire consequences, including the use of appropriate military force.

· Seek war crimes trials for any Vietnamese or Lao who may have killed American POWs.

· Issue similiar ultimatums to other communist - and former Communist - governments demanding the return of all POWs, regardless of when captured, who are under their direct or indirect control, or face the same dire circumstances.

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Published on: 2005-04-27 (23688 reads)

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