A monument in My Lai, Vietnam, depicts villagers killed during the 1968 massacre by US troops. The massacre, according to many historians and veterans who are now speaking about their actions in the war, was not an exception, but rather was characteristic of the killing of civilians condoned and often ordered by top US commanders.Dec 29, 2003

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