posted on May, 29 2006 @ 11:37 PM
I didn't realize how much this changed up history. When reading even more in depth on Wikipedia and going through the related links, and this was
groundbreaking developments just mentioning that this had possibly
occured. Then after the Pentagon hearings, and everything put to rest, it
just faded out, except I'm sure, for those who directly experienced it.
I am also very impressed with the bravery of some of the Veterans from this time to come forward and say what really happened. That takes serious guts
(and serious risks) in my book, and I find the truth that they stood on against the odds to be very important as examples to the rest of us.
Indeed, Cho remembers seeing so many people die during the Korean War that he said the reports of the killings at No Gun Ri did not surprise him.
“People were dying everywhere,” he said. “Over 35,000 Americans died too.”
This was an article featured in 1999 when the suggestion first came up of this occuring before the Pentagon investigation.
I am happy that finally the truth did come out, and those that dealt with this for all these years, while silent, are finally able to release this
without fear, now.