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Here's where you can help.  Here's where your voice can join the voices of other outraged Americans.  Herein lies the great, vast, and wonderful difference between American and Afghanistan.  We do have a voice, we are heard by our leaders. 

Johnny Micheal "Mike" Spann - the 79th Star on the CIA Wall of Honor.
The following list of resources and links will put you in touch with your state, local, and national representatives.  You'll also find informative links for other institutions of interest in relation to this Website.  If youMike Spann's daughter, Allison, watches tearfully as her father is laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery, in Washington D.C. on December 10, 2001. have other links you would like to suggest we add we will be happy to check them out and link to any related resource. For other significant links of interest please visit The War section of this Website.

Again, we'd like to urge and encourage you to send your comments regarding this travesty to your congressional, state, and local representatives.  Without a voice we are helpless, but with one we are united and strong.  

We ask that you take a moment and read the Resolutions honoring Mike at the beginning of this section. 

 


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"I believe in the meaning of honor and integrity.  
I am an action person who feels personally responsible for making any changes in this world that are in my power...because if I don't, no one else will"
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Mike Spann
A passage from his CIA application


Notable
Comments
from
Statesmen

"Whereas, Mike Spann chose to leave the safety and comfort of his home to defend the U.S. against Al-Qaida forces, thinking in his heart that he and others could make a difference to America; however John Phillip Walker Lindh, formerly John Philip Walker chose to join and actively train with the enemy forces under the adopted names of "Suleyman-al-Farris, and "Abdul Hamid and; 
Whereas
, while the decisions of John Walker-Lindh are puzzling and tragic, nonetheless he voluntarily renounced the beliefs of his native United States and actively participated in war against this country, he should be held legally accountable for his actions". 
- from the Alabama Senate Resolution -  

"Whereas, leaving behind his wife Shannon, two small daughters, infant son, and countless other relatives and friends, Mr. Spann willingly and proudly sacrificed his own safety and paid the ultimate price to insure the health and safety of all of us."
- from Mike Millican, Alabama House of Representatives Resolution 

 

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