Whitewashing War Crimes Has Become the American Way
09-06-19 07:20:00, Just after dawn on March 16, 1968, a company of U.S. Army infantrymen, led by Capt. Ernest Medina and spearheaded by Lt. William Calley, entered the small hamlet of My Lai in Quang Ngai province, South Vietnam. The villagers, mostly women and children, had no idea what was coming that day. If they had, they’d have fled. Despite facing zero resistance and finding only a few weapons, Calley ordered his men to ..... Lees verder
Bron: ApokalypsNuVerschenen op: 09-06-2019