Most Americans now living have little or no memory of the big news stories of more than 45 years ago regarding the 1968 slaughter of hundreds of  Vietnamese civilians at the hands of U.S. Army troops, which resulted in criminal charges against 26 soldiers, only one of whom was convicted.


Now, all these years later, EVIDENCE is emerging about efforts by the presidential administration of Richard Nixon to quell the scandal:


This past week marked the 46th anniversary of the My Lai massacre, in which 504 unarmed Vietnamese civilians were massacred by U.S. troops in 1968. It’s one of the ...

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Most Americans now living have little or no memory of the big news stories of more than 45 years ago regarding the 1968 slaughter of hundreds of  Vietnamese civilians at the hands of U.S. Army troops, which resulted in criminal charges against 26 soldiers, only one of whom was convicted.

Now, all these years later, EVIDENCE is emerging about efforts by the presidential administration of Richard Nixon to quell the scandal:

This past week marked the 46th anniversary of the My Lai massacre, in which 504 unarmed Vietnamese civilians were massacred by U.S. troops in 1968. It’s one of the ...

Read more