Tag Archives: My Lai
“The U.S. is a perfect candidate for an ICC war crimes investigation.”
“I sent them a good boy and they made him a murderer.”
A commemoration of the War in Vietnam begins this year to thank and honor veterans. While it is right to remember those who were asked to sacrifice, it is wrong to use it as cover to lie us into further wars.
Why Was No One Punished for America’s “My Lai” in Iraq? The U.S. military presence in Iraq was marked by the callous American attitude toward civilians, and the thorough lack of accountability in the military justice system. AlterNet / By John Tirman | February 12, 2012 The plea bargain in the last Haditha massacre case handed down in January […]