The Nation

The State Department, Pentagon and CIA have suppressed reports that dozens of American prisoners of the Vietnam War have been held alive in recent years in Southeast Asia, present and former military and intelligence officers charged in affidavits filed in federal court in Fayetteville, N.C. Six people, some of whom said they personally saw American prisoners of war as recently as four months ago in Vietnam and Laos, accused the intelligence community and the U.S. Embassy in Thailand of quashing witness accounts. The State Department and CIA had no immediate comment.

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