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mong leader Vang Pao dies
Posted at 06:04 PM on Thursday, Jan. 06, 2011
By Cyndee Fontana and Alex Tavlian / The Fresno Bee
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Big dueling events for Hmong New Year expected

Big dueling events for Hmong New Year expected

With just over a week to go before dueling Hmong New Year celebrations face off Dec. 26 in Fresno, organizers of both events say they expect crowds of 100,000.

That would essentially double the size of what has long been the biggest Hmong celebration in the Valley -- an event that draws visitors from around the world and creates an opportunity for far-flung families and friends to reunite.

But it's hard to tell whether the fight will result in two well-attended events six miles away from each other, or if one of the events will fizzle.
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Federal judge tosses parts of Laos conspiracy case

Federal judge tosses parts of Laos conspiracy case

A federal judge in Sacramento on Friday threw out a major portion of the grand jury indictment of 12 men on charges of plotting the violent overthrow of the communist regime in Laos.

Saying that prosecutors had not included enough information in parts of the indictment to enable the men to defend themselves and, in other parts, did not adequately back up the charges, U.S. District Judge Frank C. Damrell Jr. dismissed two counts of the five-count indictment and significant sections of the omnibus conspiracy count.

The indictment levels the charges at 11 Hmong Americans with deep roots in Laos and a retired Army lieutenant colonel from Woodland who did two tours in the Vietnam War and is a graduate of West Point. They are accused of attempting to buy weapons from an undercover firearms agent posing as a black market dealer in order to arm Hmong and other insurgents in Laos.
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Rival Fresno celebrations fete Hmong New Year

Rival Fresno celebrations fete Hmong New Year

For the first time in more than a decade, the central San Joaquin Valley saw two distinct Hmong New Year celebrations get under way on Sunday, each drawing large crowds under brilliant blue skies.

But while organizers of each celebration said theirs was the better event for the Hmong community, many who came out Sunday said they expected to visit both locations -- and some said they hope the weeklong celebrations will unify once again under one banner.

An organizer of the breakaway event said about 15,000 people turned out at Fresno's Regional Sports Park on Jensen Avenue.
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Vang Pao remains in intensive care

Vang Pao remains in intensive care

Gen. Vang Pao, a leader in the Hmong community, remains in critical condition in intensive care at Clovis Community Medical Center.
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Faces of Christmas: Franklin Yang

Faces of Christmas: Franklin Yang

The basics: Franklin Yang, 48, is a community organizer for the Building Healthy Communities and Healthy Homes programs at Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Ministries Inc. Yang and his wife of 31 years have two sons and six daughters.

What he does: Yang is an advocate for the Hmong on top of his professional duties at FIRM. He organizes Hmong to attend community meetings in support of important health or community initiatives such as allowing Hmong shamans to perform in hospitals. Yang rarely turns away clients even if it's just to answer a question about prescription medication. He also donates his time to create centerpieces or favors for the group's many banquets and events.

Why he does it: "I wanted to work with an organization where I could help the new wave of Hmong immigrants get past the early challenges of moving to a new country so they can lead better lives," said Yang, who spoke in Hmong.

Gen. Vang Pao, an iconic figure in the Hmong community and a key U.S. ally during the Vietnam War, died today in Clovis.

Vang, 81, was admitted to Clovis Community Medical Center on Dec. 26. Vang apparently was admitted shortly after making his annual appearance at the Hmong International New Year event at the Fresno Fairgrounds.

Charlie Waters, a friend and veterans advocate in Fresno, said Vang was suffering from pneumonia and an ongoing heart problem.

Vang is revered by many as a father figure and leader who helped bring and settle the Hmong community into American life.

But he also has been controversial -- federal authorities in 2007 charged him and 10 others with conspiring to violently overthrow communist Laos. Charges against Vang were dropped in 2009.
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Legendary Hmong General Vang Pao surrounded by his interpreter and security personnel during a recent visit to Sacramento. The leader of the CIA's secret Hmong guerrilla army during Vietnam War, the general, addressed local Hmong at the Sacramento Lao Family Community Center, Friday, February 6, 2004.
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Vang Pao, president of the national Lao Family Community, greets Hmong girls in traditional garb at the opening ceremony of Hmong New Year festivities at Kearney Park in Fresno.
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Yet the arrest galvanized Hmong Americans who saw Vang as symbolizing the fight for public acknowledgment of the Hmong role in the war and the liberation of those still living in Laotian jungle.

The central San Joaquin Valley has one of the largest Hmong populations in the country. Many Hmong -- some of whom fought beside American soldiers during the Vietnam War -- came here after fleeing Laos.

It was conflict that paved a path to prominence for Vang, viewed by some as a king and others as George Washington of the Hmong.

Born in December 1929 to farmers in a Laotian village, he became a teenage translator for French paratroopers fighting the Japanese in Laos during World War II.

Vang was selected to train at a French officers' school in Vietnam and became a commissioned officer in the French army. Laotian leaders made Vang a general, even though the Hmong were a small ethnic minority in the country.

In 1961, Vang was recruited by the Central Intelligence Agency to lead a secret army of Hmong soldiers against Laotian communists and their North Vietnamese counterparts using routes through Laos to supply their troops.

When the war ended and U.S. forces pulled out of Vietnam, communists in Laos persecuted the Hmong. More than 300,000 Laotian refugees -- most of them Hmong -- began a treacherous journey to reach Thai refugee camps.

Under CIA orders, Vang was flown from his mountaintop headquarters in May 1975. He lived in Montana before moving to Orange County -- which had a growing Southeast Asian population -- and took a leadership role in the resettlement of his people.

In 1977, Vang established the Lao Family Community organization to provide social services nationwide. The nonprofit helps refugees learn English and basic life skills.

That, and wartime memories, helped build a foundation for Vang's influence here.

Tony Vang, a Fresno Unified School District trustee, remembers Vang Pao visiting his village when he was a boy. The general also helped pay for Tony Vang -- whose father and three brothers fought and died in the war -- to attend a high school in Hawaii in the early 1970s.

"We lost a great leader, a person who cared deeply about his people and dedicated his entire life to serving them," Vang said.

Over time, however, Vang lost some credibility for failing to deliver on a promise to return to Laos as a liberator. His reputation also was tarnished by controversy that dogged some organizations related to Vang or family members.

A few years ago, for example, the nonprofit Vang Pao Foundation in Minnesota agreed to go out of business and pay restitution. That move settled charges that included operating without a board of directors and soliciting money to buy land for low-income housing without using the funds for that purpose.

Then in 2007, federal authorities charged Vang and others with planning to violently overthrow the communist government of Laos. He spent six weeks in jail before being released on bail.

His arrest sparked rallies in Fresno and Sacramento among Hmong who saw it as a betrayal by the U.S. government. It also underlined Vang's standing in that community.

In late 2009, Vang said he planned to return to Laos -- saying it was time for reconciliation so that thousands of Hmong trapped in the jungle and refugee camps could be liberated.

But that trip was quickly cancelled after the communist regime announced that Vang would be executed as a Vietnam War criminal if he returned to Laos.

Vang reportedly had six wives in Laos, where polygamy was practiced by some Hmong. Family members have said that he has about 20 children.

Visit fresnobee.com for updates throughout the day.

Read more: http://www.fresnobee.com/2011/01/06/2222803/hmong-leader-vang-pao-dies.html#ixzz1AJUQDr00

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