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Letter to the editor: Can’t forgive Jane Fonda

On page A4 of your Sept. 15 edition, you reported that Jane Fonda was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. As a Vietnam veteran, I cannot begin to tell you how much this upsets and disrespects me and every one of my brothers and sisters in arms who served in this conflict. She had a “right” to demonstrate against the war, but her actions went well beyond that “right.” Her actions caused unmeasurable harm to many prisoners of war and other soldiers who did not declare a war on anyone, but did their patriotic duty.

I cannot and will never forgive her for her inflicting so much harm on our servicemen and women, along with our country.

Kenneth R. Nath

Saltsburg


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