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Pat Tillman Story Illustrates Continuing Government CoverupsJohn McCarthy Salem-News.com
It is a felony NOT to report accusations of Treason In Wartime to a Federal Judge or the President of The United States.
(LOS ANGELES) - Pat Tillman's deadly event, coverup and the continued denial of facts and circumstances proves that the pattern of 'strategic silence' and treason continues to be the modus operandi of the US government and the political forces running it.
The following unanswered letters show blatant disregard for the exposure of treason in wartime on the part of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence during the past decade.
It is a felony NOT to report accusations of Treason In Wartime to a Federal Judge or the President of The United States. id/258.html below shows members of the National Security Council defying Presidential Directives issued to the NSC members where he forbade the expansion of the war in Vietnam to overflow into the 65,000 square miles of Cambodia, and specifically to halt any and all plans for the assassination of then Prince, now King, Norodom Sihanouk, the Head of State of the sovereign country of Cambodia.
President Johnson ordered letters be hand carried re his position on this matter. Recipients included The President of South Vietnam, The King of Thailand, and Sihanouk himself.
These directives were issued in June, 1966. LBJ''s directives included prohibiting and and all support for the Cambodian Government, the Khmer Serei, then in exile in South Vietnam.
The government inside the government , the NSC and Allies, decided to ignore and defy the President during wartime. It should be noted that when LBJ was informed of this treason, he publicly declared in March 1968 that: "I will not seek nor accept my parties renomination for reelection as your president."
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