. . . Former U.S. ambassador to Cambodia continues criminal POW/MIA cover-up
When Ambassador Charles A. Ray was appointed in September 2005 as the Deputy Assistant
Secretary of Defense for POW/Missing Personnel Affairs and Director of the Defense
POW/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO), he promised to leave "no stone unturned" in his effort
to secure a full accounting of America's missing in action.
During the June 2007 National Alliance of POW/MIA Families meeting in Washington, D.C.,
Ray, formerly the U.S. Ambassador to Cambodia, pointedly refused to answer questions about
the newly published book, An Enormous Crime, The Definitive Account of American POWs
Abandoned in Southeast Asia.
An Enormous Crime, written by former Congressman Bill Hendon (R-NC) and attorney
Elizabeth A. Stewart expose the reasons why the U.S. knowingly left behind hundreds of
American soldiers in 1973 and provide stunning evidence that Americans are still living in
Click here to see video of Ambassador Ray denying requests of POW/MIA family members
for him to comment on the "stunning evidence" presented in An Enormous Crime.
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