VOL. 17 ISSUE NO. 17   |   APRIL 27 – MAY 3, 2011


May 14 marks Terry Lakin’s homecoming event

erry and phil lakinLakin placed his military career on the line
to let America know the truth and the Constitution still matter

BALTIMORE, Md. – Terry Lakin is being released from federal prison in Ft. Leavenworth, Kans. in a little more than two weeks and will be arriving at the Baltimore Washington International Airport (BWI) at around 10:30 a.m. on May 14.  

Lakin’s supporters have indicated they want to be there to welcome him home with a big crowd.

The Terry Lakin Action Fund is coordinating the homecoming event and asks those planning to attend to pre-register their attendance by e-mailing events@ terrylakinactionfund.com or calling 443-451-4334.

The reason they are asking for pre-registration is to provide approximate counts for the BWI security teams and so they have a means of communicating with attendees via e-mail or text if there are any changes.

The Terry Lakin Action Fund will be meeting at the Southwest Airlines Baggage Claim area at about 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 14, with a precise location posted about 48 hours prior to welcoming Lakin home.

BWI said it was important Lakin’s supporters not go to where arriving passengers enter the terminal, stating they want to keep that area clear.

The Terry Lakin Action Fund asks those attending to bring a homemade poster or sign that says “Welcome Home Terry,” “Thank You Terry,” or other appropriate sentiments, and a small U.S. flag, if in possession of one.

Representatives will be on hand to guide attendees to the proper location in the baggage claim area where the group will gather around 10 a.m.

The Terry Lakin Action Fund will text the coordinators when they deplane so everyone will be ready to greet Terry as he descends the escalator to the baggage claim area.

Attendees should feel free to express themselves with a big hurray and lots of applause.

Lakin may say a few words before he is taken to collect his baggage and be driven home.
Lakin was recently denied clemency. Although the former Army doctor will be filing an appeal, he has been discharged from the Army and stripped of all benefits from his stellar 18-year military career.

Because his future is uncertain, The Terry Lakin Action Fund was set up so people can help support the Lakin family’s needs as he appeals his court martial and moves forward with rebuilding his life.

Lakin risked his career to uphold the Constitution as he swore he would do as an officer of the U.S. Army.

Lakin believes we have a constitutionally ineligible usurper holding office as president of the United States.

He was denied information requested through his chain of command and when asked to bring his birth certificate in order to be deployed to Afghanistan, he asked President Obama to produce his, to ensure his orders were being handed down by a constitutionally eligible Commander in Chief.

Obama refused and allowed Lakin to be sent to prison for asking to see exactly the same proof Donald Trump has recently been asking Obama to produce.

Lakin placed his military career on the line to let America know the truth and the Constitution still matter.

Visit the website at TerryLakinActionFund.com to donate or read about Lakin’s case.

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