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Gingersnap
04-26-2011, 11:38 AM
Lt. Col. Lakin free in less than 3 weeks

You can join welcome home for Army doc jailed over Obama's hidden birth certificate
Posted: April 25, 2011
9:12 pm Eastern

By Drew Zahn
2011 WorldNetDaily

Friends of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin are hoping a few hundred people will show up to greet the jailed military doctor when he's released from prison and returns to Baltimore, Md., on May 14.

Dr. Terry Lakin, an Army doctor who refused to deploy again to Afghanistan when his chain of command refused to verify that Obama legitimately is president, has been serving a six-month term at Ft. Leavenworth in Kansas.

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A website has been established to coordinate the welcome event, which convenes at 10:15 a.m. at the Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport. Organizers are asking supporters to preregister their planned attendance to coordinate with airport security and to come with small U.S. flags and homemade posters thanking Dr. Lakin for his stand.

"We need a big hurray and lots of applause," the website states. "He may say a few words. Then we'll get him to his luggage, to his car and home."

While in prison, Dr. Lakin remains under the Uniform Code of Military Justice but has been allowed to post online a series of observations he's made while serving his time. Those private communications to the Terry Lakin Action Fund suggest that his focus remains on the foundations of the nation and the rights and responsibilities of its citizens.

He's commented on the physical workouts he's enjoyed, his work, his cell and other issues, according to the action fund, which is the organization that has been raising money to pay the monthly bills for Lakin's family while he serves his term.

Lakin's support team said it has been able to supply donated funds for most of the family's needs during Lakin's absence.

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djones520
04-26-2011, 11:41 AM
Moving this because the release of a birther who dodged a deployment is a pretty political issue and not really good for the Veteran forum.

Gingersnap
04-26-2011, 12:52 PM
Moving this because the release of a birther who dodged a deployment is a pretty political issue and not really good for the Veteran forum.

Fine by me. ;)

Kay
04-26-2011, 09:23 PM
Moving this because the release of a birther who dodged a deployment is a pretty political issue and not really good for the Veteran forum.

I agree. I myself am a "birther" and my heart was with this guy
right up until he refused to deploy. His job should have come first.
And like it or not, Kenyan or American, Barry was in fact his
official Commander In Chief at the time.