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LTC Terry Lakin Prosecution‏

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December 21, 2010

Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin shaking the hand of Faux Defense Secretary Robert Gates while he was on active duty as a medical doctor

Dear Editor:

The following letter was sent to the addressees indicated below in regard to Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin.

From:? Victoria Windsor
Sent:Tue 12/21/10 2:35 AM
To: Major General Karl R. Horst ([email protected])
Cc: LTC Robert Manning ([email protected])

Major General Karl R. Horst
Convening authority for Court-martial

Dear Major General Horst,

I have followed the court-martial of LTC Terry Lakin and conclude that the issues are more Politically Motivated than Military Oriented. It is within your power and authority to review the procedure of Judge Lind?s ruling and the panel?s sentencing recommendation. Further, authority to suspend or shorten the Lt. Colonel?s sentence.

It is my belief that LTC Lakin?s exemplary career and his impressive resume of service to his profession as a medical doctor and service to his country, can not and must not go ignored. I would expect that any military officer that swore an oath to the Constitution of the United States has a duty to defend and protect the Constitution and the United States of America and not the oval office. I have spoken with LtC Lakin and I am convinced that his allegiance to our country is true and profound.

I prefer to deal in de jure facts and do not accept de facto jurisprudence. The fact is, Mr. Obama has hired attorneys to protect his identity and history. Full disclosure is a requirement of law and profound within the Constitution. I have never heard of anyone that vetted the candidate and frankly I have no idea who this man really is nor his qualifications. If you have proof to the contrary, please step forward and show us the proof. What is most significant, is that it goes without saying, he has transformed my country into a nation that I do not recognize anymore and I do not like the fact that my entire family has fought for this nation since coming to America in 1691 in order that I and my grandchildren live in freedom and liberty to have it destroyed.

Therefore, I appeal to your sense of values and integrity that you were raised in a small town such as Wenatchee, Washington of which is more intrinsic than a current career. Please suspend LTC Terry Lakin?s sentence and incarceration at Fort Levenworth, and allow him to retire honorably with his earned pension. I trust that you do the honorable thing when exercising your authority in this case, knowing that the decision you make will represent and reflect upon the American People as a Nation. We the People stand with Terry Lakin as an honorable man that has shown throughout his career an outstanding service to our country.? It serves no benefit to the military nor this nation to strip this man of his dignity nor to devalue his services as a life saving physician, that he earned. Anything short of this request indicates that you honor an office, rather than this nation and its people. As an officer and gentleman your allegiance is to your country as a natural born citizen and not to a temporary elected official.


Victoria Windsor

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