The Real American Hero You Don’t Know About

Posted: February 25, 2013 in -
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One of the most powerful segments of radio you will ever hear in your life:

MP3 – The Man Who Stopped the My Lai Massacre

No big Hollywood movie has been made about one of the most defining moments of the Vietnam War, the My Lai massacre.  Helicopter pilot Hugh Thompson was the man who represented the United States of America that day, as barbaric monsters executed babies, children, women, the elderly, in a genocidal rampage that killed over 500 defenseless villagers.

Book also available on Amazon:

My-Lai-Her-Hugh-Thompson

Credit to Jon Wiener of KPFK (website) for going back to the archives and reposting this historically crucial interview.

MP3 Mirror Site

 

Comments
  1. Vic Sadot says:

    Thanks again! Related: Behind Colin Powell’s Legend — My Lai by Robert Parry & Norman Solomon in Consortium News http://www.consortiumnews.com/archive/colin3.html

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