suppressed from proper authorities the photographic evidence of atrocities he had obtained." 142 Vietnam. The My Lai Courts-Martial, 1970 Teitel, Martin. Found guilty of killing 22 villagers, he was originally given a life sentence, but served only three and a half years under house arrest. He was initially sentenced to life in prison. Cookman, Claude (June 2007). Copies are still frequently seen in retrospectives dealing with the popular culture of the Vietnam War era or in collections of art from the period." 64 Another soldier, John Henry Smail of the 3rd Platoon, took at least 16 color photographs depicting US Army personnel. As relayed at the time by Stars and Stripes magazine, "U.S. . Court martial On November 17, 1970, the United States Army charged 14 officers, including Major General Samuel. Script error University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School. Army arrived at a lower figure brecht, Mother Courage of 347 deaths, 67 the official.S.
39 40 Independent investigative journalist Seymour Hersh, after extensive conversations with Calley, broke the M Lai story on November 12, 1969, on the Associated Press wire service; 41 on November 20, Time, Life and Newsweek magazines all covered the story, and CBS televised an interview. University of Missouri-Kansas City Law School. In his report, Powell wrote, "In direct refutation of this portrayal is the fact that relations between Americal Division 33 soldiers and the Vietnamese people are excellent." Powell's handling of the assignment was later characterized by some observers as "whitewashing" the atrocities of M Lai.
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US Infantry battalion Charlie Company entered the area under the erroneous understanding that Viet Cong guerrilla fighters were present.
Vietnamese women and children in M Lai before being killed in the massacre, March 16, 1968.
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