Jane Fonda -- An Apology? Richard La Dieu Rich LaDieu firstname.lastname@example.org
The following is post is not in any way intended to be insulting to any vets -- especially from the vietnam war. It is being posed for information only.
Can we all believe what Jane Fonda is saying?
JANE FONDA REGRETS: POSING WITH ANTI-AIRCRAFT GUN IN 'NAM WAS 'THE MOST HORRIBLE THING
I COULD POSSIBLY HAVE DONE'
In the second edition of 'O', Oprah Winfrey's new
magazine, Jane Fonda publicly admits regret for
posing with an anti-aircraft gun in North Vietnam in
"It was the most horrible thing I could possibly have
done," Fonda tells the mag.
Fonda also talks about her recent turn to
Christianity -- and defends her estranged husband Ted
Turner who is on record as saying, "Christianity is
"Ted has read the Bible cover to cover, twice. He can
quote Scripture better than most preachers."
Fonda tells 'O' that she now attends many churches in the Atlanta area -- notably the
Providence Missionary Baptist Church.
On the ending of her relationship with Ted:
"I changed probably more than he did, and we need to see what that means... Whatever
happens in terms of our living arrangements, we will always be close."
Hitting newstands Tuesday.
Maybe we should thing about putting the issue of Hanoi Jane to rest now, I don't know but it is a thought.
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