LOST PRISONERS OF WAR: SOLD DOWN THE RIVER?

Philip Corso, an elderly and retired U.S. Army colonel, is anything but retiring on the subject of trust and betrayal. He marched up to Capitol Hill last week to try anew to make Congress and the nation face the fact that American soldiers had been left behind at the end of the Korean War--to die, to be executed, to be used as guinea pigs in "Nazi-style" medical experiments. Such suggestions have often been raised but rarely credited. Corso had tried to give his account to the Senate in 1992, but got nowhere. Last week, backed by newly declassified intelligence reports, memoranda...

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