At its height, spokesman John Kerry went before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations to accuse the United States military of committing massive numbers of war crimes in Vietnam. The charges he made shocked and sickened a nation, changed the course of a war and stained the reputation of the American military for decades.
Mostly stonewalling, backtracking, and statements that failed to support the VVAW's claims...
Enemy documents from 1971 show that Vietnamese communists guided the American antiwar movement via meetings between the communist delegations to the Paris Peace talks and American antiwar activists.
He confirmed the news to Page Six on Tuesday and added: 'We are still very close.'This comes the day after the exes listed their luxurious Beverly Hills home for a cool $13 million.
A source told the site they are selling the home because they want to live separately.
Her children are Vanessa Vadim, Troy Garity and Mary Luana Williams. Often, when we make love, I see him as he was 30 years ago.'The home will be hard to say goodbye to for the exes.
Fonda was last seen on Saturday at the Women's March in Los Angeles. Built in 1961, the completely renovated multi-level home is located in the exclusive Trousdale Estates area.The witnesses stated that these acts were being committed casually and routinely, under orders, as a matter of policy.In April, the VVAW stormed Washington in a week-long protest."It couldn’t be more amicable."“It's not a breakup, it's a shift in the direction of our lives,” Perry also told E! During an interview with The Sun in 2012, the Grace and Frankie actress gushed about her love life with Perry."At 74, I've never had such a fulfilling sex life," she said at the time. We care about each other a great deal, and as far as romantic relationships, that's temporarily been put on the back burner because she, as you probably know, has rededicated herself to activism. We definitely have a great deal of love for each other."Fonda, 79, was one of the many celebs who helped lead Los Angeles’ Women’s March on Saturday, January 21.On January 31, 1971, members of Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) met in a Detroit hotel to discuss war crimes they claimed to have participated in or witnessed during their combat tours in Vietnam.