I would hardly call Inouye a "fellow warrior" in reference to North.
I'm sure Inouye suffered when he lost his arm in World War II. However, many servicemen suffered as much and many far worse, but they wouldn't dream of attacking North with the supercilious attitude that Inouye displayed in lecturing North on what he considers the lack of propriety of his actions in regard to military ethics.
I find it an embarrassment that the legislative branch of our government has been so asinine in handling the whole affair.
CLARICE M. TERBORCH