Lt. Calley finally apologizes for My Lai

antiwar poster by haeberle and brandtLt. William Calley has expressed remorse for the first time for leading the 1968 My Lai Massacre. Although he still maintains he was only following orders. Calley was sentenced to life imprisonment for his role, but President Nixon commuted his punishment to three years of house arrest. Who should have been accountable for the 500 civilians executed in My Lai?

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1 Response to Lt. Calley finally apologizes for My Lai

  1. Avatar The 13th says:

    Seemingly, only gravity is to blaim, Eric. Apologies are rare from most Safety in Numbers crowds. “Sink is Win” when travelling with a ship of fools.

    Also sprach Zarathustra.
    Justice wept.

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