Kerry's 100% UNHONORABLE discharge

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Feb 2, 2022, 8:55:03 PMFeb 2
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John Kerry's undesirable discharge.

"The document is dated February 16, 1978. But Mr. Kerry's
military
commitment began with his six-year enlistment contract with the
Navy
on February 18, 1966. His commitment should have terminated in
1972.

It is highly unlikely that either the man who at that time was a
Vietnam Veterans Against the War leader, John Kerry, requested or
the Navy accepted an additional six year reserve commitment. And
the
Claytor document indicates proceedings to reverse a less than
honorable discharge that took place sometime prior to February
1978."

"There are a number of categories of discharges besides
honorable.
There are general discharges, medical discharges, bad conduct
discharges, as well as other than honorable and dishonorable
discharges.

There is one odd coincidence that gives some weight to
the possibility that Mr. Kerry was dishonorably discharged.

Mr. Kerry has claimed that he lost his medal certificates and
that is
why he asked that they be reissued. But when a dishonorable
discharge
is issued, all pay benefits, and allowances, and all medals and
honors
are revoked as well. And five months after Mr. Kerry joined the
U.S.
Senate in 1985, on one single day, June 4, all of Mr. Kerry's
medals
were reissued."
  

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