What about this quote from the Drudge article:
At least three of the five crewmen on Kerry’s boat, Bill Zaldonis, Steven Hatch, and Steve Gardner, deny that they or their boat were ever in Cambodia.
Was that what you were looking for?
No, that is not what I was looking for. Please try to keep up with the discussion. I am well aware of what the Drudge article says. In my first post in this thread, I said
Finally, we are told that three of Kerry's crew deny they were ever in Cambodia. Why aren't we presented with affidavits, or at least quotes, from these crewmen? All we have is the word of John O'Neill, the lead author of the book, that these crewmen have made these denials.
So what I am looking for is actual quotes from these three crewmen, not just John O'Neill telling us what they said. Since John O'Neill has zero credibility in my book, I would like to see the contents of actual affidavits signed by these crewmen. So far, we haven't seen the affidavits. We haven't even seen evidence that these three crewmen signed affidavits relative to the Christmas in Cambodia story.
Sorry to be so skeptical, but if you bother to investigate John O'Neill, you will understand why I put no stock in his credibility.