This is a pretty good story, Michael Jorgensen a Canadian documentarians new film “Unclaimed” is set to premiere Tuesday at the Toronto Film
The film details the search by U.S. Vietnam veteran Tom Faunce to locate and identify Robertson, who was flying a top secret mission to Laos when his
helicopter went down. and was presumed dead 44 years ago
He is claiming that they found an elderly man who is former U.S. Army Green Beret Sgt. John Hartley Robertson in a remote Vietnamese village , The
man does not remember the english language or the names of his wife and children
But they are sure that it is him and through an interpreter, the elderly man said that he was captured by North Vietnamese troops shortly after his
helicopter crashed. He claimed that he was kept in a bamboo cage and tortured for a year. As Faunce and Jorgensen got to know the man, they became
more convinced that he was Robertson.
He was released by his captors when they took pitty on the extent of his injuries and cared for by a local nurse who he later married
His sister who they show him reunite with in the film says it is definatly him
wow found after 44 years I'm definatly interested in watching the film link
Canadian documentarian says in a new film that an elderly man he found living in a remote Vietnamese village is former U.S. Army Green Beret Sgt.
John Hartley Robertson, who was presumed dead 44 years ago. According to The Independent, filmmaker Michael Jorgensen claims that the man found in a
village in South Vietnam can’t remember the English language or the names of his wife and children, but that he is the U.S. veteran whose helicopter
was shot down in 1968.
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