While serving mainly because Southern Vietnamese National Police Chief, he oversaw the Tet Offensive-era execution of the alleged Viet Cong member named Nguyen Van Lem. The infamous execution was the main topic of a Pulitzer Prize-winning picture by Associated Press photographer Eddie Adams. In the entire year preceding Nguyen Vehicle Lem’s execution, Mortgage served like a armed service pilot in an effective hit on Viet Cong causes. In 1975, when Saigon dropped towards the Viet Cong as well as the People’s Military of Vietnam, Mortgage left his indigenous country and opened up a pizza parlor in North Virginia, U.S.A. His relationship to Chinh Mai led to five children. Because of his refusal to provide privileged treatment to American causes providing in Vietnam, Mortgage was disliked from the administration of USA Chief executive Lyndon B. Johnson.