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Buried Secrets, Brutal Truths
Posted by: doron (IP Logged)
Date: December 1, 2003 09:47AM

Vietnam, 1967. For seven months, Tiger Force soldiers moved across the Central Highlands, killing scores of unarmed civilians - in some cases torturing and mutilating them - in a spate of violence never revealed to the American public.


Has to be read to be believed.

An investigation that should have brought justice to the longest series of atrocities by a U.S. fighting unit in Vietnam reached the Pentagon and White House but never a court of law - or the American public.

Instead, the case was hidden in the Army's archives, and key suspects were allowed to continue their military careers.

Re: Buried Secrets, Brutal Truths
Posted by: Luke (IP Logged)
Date: March 31, 2004 08:58PM

Come on doron, these actions were clearly necessary in the state of war,
civillians are dangerous, especially unarmed, innocent ones. The sacrifice of 3 million Vietnamese peasants and the pillage, torture rape and sodomizatio of millions more was essential in saving the Vietnamese from the evils of communistic oppression. Don't be foolish!


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