About the Author:
Beizer is a trial attorney now residing in Florida. He is
President of Let Freedom Ring, Inc. a non-profit 501c3 organization
dedicated to the cause of Freedom. He works with POW/MIA families in
publicizing the plight of America's missing servicemen. Attorney Beizer
is an author, Bible Code researcher and evangelist. See http://www.letfreedomringinc.com/.
As President of Let Freedom Ring, Inc,
Attorney Beizer planned and organized a mission to Vietnam to search
for answers as to the whereabouts of 324 American POWs last
known alive, part of over 1,800 servicemen Missing In Action and
unaccounted for from the Vietnam War. Arnold Beizer was
accompanied by Carol Hrdlicka, wife of captured Air Force pilot, Col.
David Hrdlicka and Albro Lundy III, son of missing pilot Major
Albro Lundy, Jr. as well as former 3-time World Heavyweight
Boxing Champion Muhammad Ali who volunteered to help find information
for POW/MIA families about their loved ones. According to Mrs.
Hrdlicka, and documentary evidence in the hands of our government,
David Hrdlicka and many others are still ALIVE.
Let Freedom Ring, Inc. through the
efforts of Arnold Beizer planned and promoted a charity benefit music
concert with some of America 's finest singers to help highlight the
plight of American servicemen still Missing in Action (MIA) from WWII,
the Korean War, Vietnam and Operation Desert Storm.
Celebrities gathered together in
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love along with World Champion
Boxers, including Heavyweight Champion Muhammad Ali, Jake the "Raging
Bull" Lamotta, Alexis Arguello, boxing greats Ernie Shavers, Tim
Witherspoon, Matthew Saad Muhammad, Harold Johnson, "Jolting" Jeff
Chandler, Howard Davis, and a host of others.
Let Freedom Ring President, Arnold Beizer
arranged for John Whitehead, the late great singer-songwriter famous
for his inspirational hit "Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now" to sing his Let
Freedom Ring song in a duet with Rita, Israel's Queen of
Song and international recording star at the renowned Academy of music
concert hall in Philadelphia. Mr. Beizer contributed over $400,000 of
his own to the POW/MIA cause to bring all the celebrities together to
celebrate Freedom and to host the Charity benefit dinner and show where
Al Green, Kool and The Gang (Celebration), Neal Sedaka, John and Rita
and many others performed. Such POW/MIA organizations as The American
Defense Institute, No Greater Love and the National Forget-Me-Not
Association, among others benefited.
Attorney Beizer when in Vietnam was able
to locate and purchase exclusive photos and documents from covert
Vietnamese sources proving that Americans were left behind after
Operation Homecoming in 1973 when only 591 POWs were freed and returned
home as part of a government negotiated peace initiative.
In addition to his tireless efforts on
behalf of American prisoners of war and missing in action Arnold Beizer
devotes his time to studying Bible History, doing Bible Code research,
writing and publishing information to help promote the cause of Freedom
and currently he has an Internet TV show in development. Attorney
Beizer has been instrumental in creating and promoting Music from the Heart of America in order to
Message of Freedom
out to the masses since music is the universal language which reaches into the heart to deliver its inspirational message.