Disgusting. This traitor should have been given a hangman’s noose. She will certainly get hers in the afterlife.
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Last Thursday Jane Fonda accepted the 42nd American Film Institute (AFI) Lifetime Achievement Award, following the footsteps of her famous father, Henry Fonda, who received the honors in 1978. The decision to reward the two-time Oscar winner has outraged some who served, or had family members serve, in the Vietnam War.
Back in 1972, Fonda went to Vietnam and was photographed seated on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft battery and called Americans “war criminals.”
“[It makes] no difference what type of life you have lived, once you have betrayed your country and the people in uniform, that hatred and disgust is forever. She should not be given any other award, other than a jail cell,” Peter Forbes, National Commander for the Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc. & The Veterans Coalition, told FOX411. “If anyone wants to follow in the footsteps of Hanoi Jane they are fools.”
But at the AFI Awards, her Hollywood counterparts offered nothing but praise.