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Mr. Morris served as
an advisor to the South Vietnamese infantry during 1967-68.
He experienced the "Tet Offensive" and was decorated by both
the United States and South Vietnamese governments.
Mr. Morris flew a light
plane into Ho
Chi Minh City in mid 1989. After landing in former
Saigon, he melted into the population until he was arrested
in the town (Duc Hoa) where he once served as an advisor.
Dr. John Dunkelberger (right), chairman of
the Rural Sociology Department at Auburn University
co-authored the study that was published in the
International Journal of Contemporary Sociology.
Mr. Morris completed
the first post-war study inside the communist nation in
1992. This Auburn University study was later published and
Mr. Morris presented the research in its entirety to the
Southern Sociological Society.
Mr. Morris later completed three more
scientific studies involving the use of questionnaires,
making him the most active scientist in the world on the
subject of Vietnam. Mr. Morris has completed a total
of four studies in that nation since the end of hostilities.
This research may be viewed and printed at
www.georgehoeymorris.com. This research was not
condoned by the communist nation, and resulted in Mr.
Morris's arrest and deportation from Vietnam on three
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- Mr. Morris witnessed the Vietnamese
invasion into Cambodia (then known as Kampuchea) to drive
out the Khmer Rouge. To view photos of that invasion.
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Mr. Morris' illegal presence in Vietnam was discovered during Tet Celebrations 2003.
The popularity of webvietnam.info and its controversial link to virginbride.net drew
official attention and an investigation involving all levels of law enforcement.
Investigators decided that Mr. Morris was no longer a threat and issued him a multiple