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chocolateeater Donating Member (685 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Jan-08-04 03:57 PM
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18. Here's a link.
And it's from July.
http://wits2020.net/archives/000314.html

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Pieced together in later years, many of the whys and wherefores of Charlie's journey remain a mystery: a freighter from Seattle to Japan, then Bali, then Australia, then to Laos, where his dad knew a man in USAID. Why Laos? Perhaps Charlie was just on the hippie circuit, and saw it as a way station to Nepal. Perhaps he wanted the thrill of seeing the flickering flame of the Indochina war he had wanted to help try to end. Later, his parents thought that perhaps he had become a spy--a theory fueled by the fact that the Army listed this civilian as a POW/MIA. "I don't happen to believe it, but for all I know he was in the CIA," says Howard Dean.
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