Regarding the last paragraph, I feel a short comment on who Jack
Cunningham is and why I am here today at 55 instead of dead at 19.
Some time in July
1970, we went on a (daily) patrol that took us farther into enemy territory than ever before. The temperature this day was
in excess of 100 º. With only three (3) Marines and 1 Chou Hoi, we confiscated
a large cache of Vietnamese communist terrorists (V.C) explosives, detonators, documents and battle plans for upcoming engagements. (This most probably was a small terrorist bobby-trap factory.)
their base camp, we were hit by Viet Cong terrorists’ rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and small arms fire, pinning
us down for over an hour. We called for artillery from the Marine Cops’
5th Marines Combat base at An Hoa and a react team from our brother CAP team 2-9-1. Return artillery fire was immediate.
It took CAP 2-9-1 a while to reach us, because as they neared the tree line
that we were pinned down in, they were also fired upon.
After about three
hours, the V.C. broke contact and both CAP teams started back to their respective villages. We had to cross a chest deep river,
carrying our weapons over our heads, but at least we were in our own back yard. We stopped on a small knoll for much needed
water, since we had run out of water hours before, because of the intense heat and sun.
Two Marines and I filled everyone’s canteens while Jack and the rest of the patrol stood cover.
Returning from the
well, I saw Jack standing cover by himself, as Sgt. Eiford thought the village might be hit and took the rest of the unit
back with him in case of enemy contact. As we made our way to the knoll that
Jack was on, we took heavy fire from our right, pinning us down behind a small rice paddy dike. Jack then exposed himself to enemy fire to try and keep the V.C. away from us, switching from his own M79
grenade launcher, to my M-16 rifle and one of the Marines’ M-60 machine gun. Jack
kept the V.C. off balance long enough for us to pull ourselves along by the rice stalks until reaching him. The V.C. broke contact, probably fearing an artillery attack.
This was Jack, always
caring and making sure the people he loved were safe and protected from harm. Jack’s code in life has always been the
same: passion for his family, his country and the Corps. I will always be thankful for being a part of Jack’s family.
I ask for your support in this matter and a successful conclusion.
George Dros Burlington Flats, NY 13315...
Please place a call in Jack's
support to Honorable New Jersey Governor Jon Corzine at 609-292-6000.
Governor Corzine has received five letters on this subject with attached evidence, but his office has not returned
tell Governor Corzine that you support Disabled Vietnam Veteran Jack Cunningham's civil rights, especially his rights in
Due Process. There should be an immediate New Jersey State investigation into Jack’s New Jersey State corruption charges.
Jack’s evidence is clear that there
has been a Cover-Up in New Jersey Supreme Court’s Attorney Ethics since December 27, 2000.
After almost six years, New Jersey’s Office of Attorney Ethics is still protecting Attorney Ethics Vice-Chairman
Robert Correale and his Law Firm, Maynard & Truland.
After reviewing Jack Cunningham's evidence,
New Jersey Federal Senator Robert Menendez's office (Debbie Curto) has tried repeatedly to get New Jersey's Attorney General to open an investigation
of Jack Cunningham's evidence. For over three years, the NJ Attorney General continues to protect and Cover-Up for New
Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics, their Vice-Chairman Robert Correale and his Law Firm, Maynard & Truland.
Ms. Regina M. Garb, Director
of Citizens Services & Relations (Phone: 609-292-4925) is at the source of this
Cover-Up by New Jersey's Attorney General. Please give her a call and ask
why she is covering up for New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics. (Last week, Ms. Garb's supervisor,
New Jersey's Attorney General stepped down because of her own ethics violations. http://www.americans-working-together.com/jack_cunningham/id16.html Attorney General Zulima Farber was a political appointment
of Governor Jon Corzine. One big happy family.)
NJ Senator Robert Menendez staff has already admitted to Jack that his evidence is clear; Open perjury was committed three years ago by Robert Correale and his Law Firm, Maynard & Truland to
New Jersey's Supreme Court (And
it was accepted without question by Attorney Ethics Official Robert L. Stober 973-778-0154.)