Credibility of Anti-War 'Winter Soldiers' Questioned

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    Despite the past controversy caused by the Macbeth case, Geoff Millard, president of the Washington, D.C., chapter of VAIW, told Cybercast News Service that he does not believe any independent verification of the panelists is needed.

    "We have gone through that process, and so we don't feel like the press needs to spend their time doing that," he said. "We have a lengthy process to do that, and it's gone through the process." Millard also said that his organization would not provide Cybercast New Service with photos of the testifiers in Iraq.

    However, every veteran approached by Cybercast News Service verified that they had provided DD214s to VAIW before being allowed to testify. Soldiers were also quick to rattle off battalion names and numbers, dates and places. Some displayed digital photos and video of themselves in Iraq during their testimony.

    However, Patricia Williams, the Indiana state coordinator for Eagles Up, told Cybercast News Service that she too is dubious of VAIW's credibility and believes the group is hurting America's chances of winning in Iraq.

    "It's not the truth - it's lies," Williams said. "They are trying to demoralize and denigrate our troops, and in doing so, they are aiding the enemy.

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