Stockton High School graduate Richard L. Whitesides, an Air Force pilot lost in Vietnam in 1964, was finally buried last year after a decades-long search.
Stockton High School graduate Richard L. Whitesides, an Air Force pilot lost in Vietnam in 1964, was finally buried last year after a decades-long search. Courtesy of John Whitesides
Stockton High School graduate Richard L. Whitesides, an Air Force pilot lost in Vietnam in 1964, was finally buried last year after a decades-long search. Courtesy of John Whitesides

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    Steve Moua said he pitched the plan for a Hmong homeland on TV because “we are the indigenous people of Asia. That is our home.” He denied taking advantage of anyone: “People have a right to donate. We never harmed anyone.”