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Sample Letter

 

  February 15, 2010

  President Obama
  The White House
  1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
  Washington, DC 20500

  Dear President Obama,

  Korean War POW/MIA Peace Treaty Initiative

  In 1953 the Korean War Armistice was signed effectively ending hostilities on the Korean
  peninsula. However, the one remaining issue preventing an official peace treaty was not
  resolved. That issue was a full repatriation of POWs. Because this issue was not resolved.
  American POWs were left behind in North Korea.

  In 1996, Pentagon analyst, Insung Lee published a background paper, "Accountability of
  Missing Americans From the Korean War: Live Sighting Reports," which stated in part,
  "There are too many live sighting reports...to dismiss there are no American POWs in North
  Korea.

  It is imperative that prior to any peace agreement with North Korea that the POW/MIA
  issue be put back on the table to negotiate a resolution. We must insure that no Americans
  are still being held against their will and that the Department of Defense be allowed to
  disinter the remains of Americans on an ongoing basis.

  I urge you to enact the Korean War POW/MIA Peace Treaty Initiative to ensure our
  POW/MIAs are accounted for.

  Sincerely,

  Enclosure: Korean War POW/MIA Peace Treaty Initiative

 
  Please enclose a copy of the Peace Treaty Initiative:

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  Congressman/Congresswoman and Senators

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We need to get this Initiative to all 535 members of the Senate/House of Representative.

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Remember, every letter, phone call or email sent to your Congressman/Senator is considered to represent 100 voters.

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