Remember Bobby Garwood, and his story of the abandonment of US POWs in Vietnam? He claimed that hundreds of US POWs were abandoned during the Paris Peace talks in 1973 by Kissinger.
A “Top Secret” Russian document was uncovered recently in their archives – a communist report from North Vietnam – which stated that 1,205 U.S. POW’s were being held in Vietnam in 1972. However, only 591 were released during Operation Homecoming in 1973. What happened to the other half in the span of only a year?
Was Robert “Bobby” Garwood a collaborator? I believe the right answer is “No.” He was a survivor caught up in a political game. What’s your take on him?
Here are two other articles supporting Bobby Garwood:
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