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Page 290 — The authors made a request to the FBI to see the complaint that
Admiral Inman filed. Pages 290-291— John Brown and his group of veterans
kept extensive records of their interviews. The authors also conducted individual
Pages 300-301— The authors made their own notes of conversations with Scott
Barnes and David Taylor. In addition, David Taylor made his records available.
Pages 302-307— Dorothy McDaniel and the author both kept records of the ...
Page 312 — Gritz's confidential submission to the President is available in the
authors' files. Pages 313-314— Charges against Gritz have been confirmed to
the authors by his lawyer, Lanny Wade. Page 314 — Gritz's record is in the
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Read this book many years ago, and its story stays with you forever. This was one of the few books that made me cry. It gives evidence on soldiers/sailors being left behind in Vietnam for years. The stories are heart breaking. Read full review
Roadblocks in the Name of National
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