Restoring honor of USAF General John Lavelle for sake of post-Vietnam war criminals

Air Force general John Lavelle fell from grace in 1971 after overseeing unauthorized bombing raids over North Vietnam. Now his family has allies trying to rehabilitate Lavelle’s reputation, obfuscating his “rogue” misdeeds. If today’s US air strikes can carpet bomb adversaries and collateral civilian bystanders with precision impunity, you can’t blame Lavelle’s champions for expecting US impunity to apply retroactively, it’s only fair, in American terms.

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1 Response to Restoring honor of USAF General John Lavelle for sake of post-Vietnam war criminals

  1. Avatar Tony Logan says:

    Poor guy. He died of a heart attack while playing golf. HIs memory of all those civilian Vietnamese he helped bomb and kill didn’t seem too much of a burden for the guy to bear…

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