Monday, August 27, 2007

Kerry Misses Deadline

Kerry Misses Deadline
By Clarice Feldman

Beldar notes that John F. Kerry let his opportunity to sue the Swift Vets for defamation close, despite Beldar's reminder. He's not surprised, nor should you be.

When I first brought it to his attention in September 2005, I reminded Sen. John F. Kerry that - based on the publication date on or about August 25, 2004, of Unfit for Command: Swift Boat Veterans Speak Out Against John Kerry by John E. O'Neill and Jerome R. Corsi - Sen. Kerry had already allowed the one-year statutes of limitations for defamation to expire in Texas (where Mr. O'Neill resides), New Jersey (where Dr. Corsi resides), and the District of Columbia (where their publisher Regnery Publishing, Inc. has its principal place of business and Sen. Kerry has his own regular place of business).


Anonymous bobcat said...

Good morning, Donal. I didn't figure Kerry'd have the guts to go through with this.

What a fraud!

8:11 AM  
Blogger The Merry Widow said...

Like CAIR dropping lawsuits because of discoveries about their finances!


11:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good evening Mrs.D. How are you? J'Mac.

4:44 PM  
Anonymous catfleas said...

Missed the deadline to sue? That's what too much ketchup will do to ya!

7:38 PM  
Anonymous prairieson said...

Kerry knows better than to give the Swiftboat Veterans a courtroom venue to ask questions he would have to answer. All they would have to do is subpoena Kerry's entire military record, since it would be germane to both his lawsuit and their book, and there is one thing you can count on: Kerry will NOT release his entire military record if at all possible.

There's a simple reason why. Kerry's full military record would show him to be what we already know he is: a lying traitor.

10:11 PM  

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