My Lai Massacre

The My Lai Massacre was the Vietnam War mass murder of between 347 and 504 unarmed civilians in South Vietnam on March 16, 1968.

General Medina's Order

General Medina ordered to Second Lieutenant William Calley "KILL THEM ALL (My Lai citizen)"

My Lai Massacre

American military attacked and kill over 300 My Lai people by Second Lieutenant William Calley's order.

Hero Hugh Thompson

When American military was wiping out My Lai people, helicopter pilot Hugh Thompson arbitrated and saved few of My Lai people.

My Lai Massacre was in the NewYork Times

Finally, My Lai Massacre was in the news, NewYork Times.

Second Lieutenant William Calley's Prison labor

After My Lai Massacre was in the news, only Second Lieutenant William Calley got prison labor.

Government opened to the public of My Lai Massacre

The government open to the public of picture of dead people's body of My Lai Massacre

William's commutated; acquittal

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Thompson visited Vietnam

Hugh Thompson visited My Lai and met few My Lai Massacre survivor.

William's apologize

William Calley said " after My Lai Massacre, feel guilty everyday, I am so sorry to them"

Second Lieutenant William's Mad

Second Lieutenant William lost his five mans, so he got mad at Vietnamese.

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