He was hallucinating he was in a prison camp under the Viet Cong.
He moved to Bancroft PLLC, a more ideological, small firm founded by Viet D. Dinh—another Bush administration lawyer.
His name was Viet Nguyen, his business card reads vice president, corporate public affairs at Frause Strategic Communications.
A Vietnam purple heart, he would in retrospect have engaged with the Viet Cong.
Some of the team members are affiliated with Mary Queen of Viet Nam Church.
U.S. shotgunners used flechettes in Vietnam to get at Viet Cong hidden behind leaves and brush.
American policy held that if a Vietnamese looked at a hovering chopper, he must be Viet Cong.
A few days later, on April 30, General Duong Van Minh surrendered to the Viet Cong and the Fall of Saigon was complete.
Viet D. Dinh is a professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center and principal of Bancroft PLLC.
Such are Viet, and Scott Elliot, who attributes the growth of bulbs to the “direct influence of the climate.”