Carlton Sherwood (born c. 1947) is an American journalist who produced the anti-John Kerry film Stolen Honor. Sherwood served on two news teams which were responsible for the award of the Pulitzer Prize and the Peabody Award to their organizations.
After working for the Unification Church-owned Washington Times, he authored Inquisition : The Persecution and Prosecution of the Reverend Sun Myung Moon, a book about the United States v. Sun Myung Moon which involved Sun Myung Moon, the leader of the same church.
Sherwood is a decorated Marine veteran who served in Vietnam's De-Militarized Zone.
In 1987, the Blinded American Veterans Foundation established the annual Carlton Sherwood Media Award to recognize "both journalistic excellence and those members of the media who have shown special interest in — and dedication to — the needs and concerns of American veterans."
Read more about Carlton Sherwood: Award-winning Reports, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inquisition, Stolen Honor, Republican Appointments, Sherwood's Criticisms of 'Presidential Wannabes' in November 2003
... On the 8th November 2003, Carlton Sherwood appeared on the Judicial Watch Report Radio Show ... Sherwood had just returned from Iraq and was invited onto the show to talk (via telephone) about the worsening security situation ... At about 42 minutes and 10 seconds into the show, Sherwood said this ...
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