William Calley

The recent reports about a “restricted” Facebook page which featured pictures of female marines, clothed and unclothed, frequently
Citizen journalists must not give in to the urge to un-take a photo, to click delete and banish the evidence for the parts of a story that shame them, their cause, their friends, their country, their species.
William Calley has apologized for his role in the My Lai massacre; now it's time to atone.
William Calley, the former Army lieutenant convicted on 22 counts of murder in the infamous My Lai Massacre in Vietnam, publicly