It wasn't Jane's fault. It
was because her former husbands made her do it.
(SHE MUST BE TRYING
TO MAKE A COMEBACK.
SHE THINKS AMERICANS ARE STUPID...)
it big on good, moral, honorable, American family stories. It's when DISNEY changed their format that the Corporation
started having problems.
it big; because they advertised everything sold in the store was American-Made.
how things change!!
Robert J. Pierce
Born: November 26, 1949
Hometown: Ft. Gaines, Ga.
Killed in Action: Aug. 11, 1970
Unit: Marine Corps
Combined Action Program (CAP)
The Duc Duc Resettlement Village
Robert was not a baby-killer or a village-burner.
He loved the Vietnamese People in our peasant- farming village.
While on patrol, he died rushing to the aid of another CAP Marine, who had
stepped on a booby-trap.
Robert Pierce believed in the United States. And he believed
in what he was doing, trying to save the Vietnamese peasants of the Duc Duc Resettlement
Village from terrorists.
For Robert, it was not about politics... It was about honor, and what was right!
(Robert Pierce traded patrols with me on the morning of August 11, 1970.)
Robert was my friend. GOD BLESS HIM... (And
let him always be remembered as an American Hero.)
Occurs after exposure to a terrifying
event or ordeal in which grave physical harm occurred or was threatened.
Causes: Violent personal
assaults (physical as well as emotional) such as rape, mugging, child abuse and marital abuse, natural or human-caused
disasters, accidents, terrorist attacks or military combat.
Those likely to develop the condition:
Rescue workers, survivors of terrorism, accidents, rape; the emotional, physical and sexual abused, as well as other
crimes; immigrants fleeing violence in their home countries; survivors of earthquakes, floods, severe hurricanes; and people
who witness traumatic events are among the people who may develop PTSD. Families of victims can also develop the
Forbes Kerry Timeline
NEW JERSEY JUSTICE
IN A NEW
JERSEY LEGAL MALPRACTICE CASE, AFTER REVIEW OF A 'PRO SE' PTSD VIETNAM VET'S EVIDENCE, SUSSEX COUNTY
SUPERIOR COURT's JUDGE, HONORABLE RONALD GRAVES DECIDES THAT THE SUPERIOR COURT'S LAW
DIVISION IS WARRANTED FOR DAMAGES.
DAVID VERSUS GOLIATH Story
(A PTSD Vietnam Veteran against a New Jersey Vice-Chairman
of Attorney Ethics)
An Honorable Disabled Vietnam Veteran needs
a PRO BONO Attorney to open up a PTSD Discrimination/Legal Malpractice case outside the State of New Jersey in Federal
Court . This honorable veteran can not get justice done in New Jersey, since one of the attorneys that
he is accusing is well connected in New Jersey's SUPREME COURT Office of Attorney Ethics.
This former Marine is using the Law Firm's own
CONTRACT and INVOICES as major sources of evidence. He also has Superior Court documents, Court filed Letters
and Statements as well as CERTIFICATIONS from the Law Firm's Attorneys to the New Jersey Office of Attorney Ethics.