All Of The Titles For This Don’t Match How Bad It Is

South Korean investigators, matching once-secret documents to eyewitness accounts, are concluding that the U.S. military indiscriminately killed large groups of refugees and other civilians early in the Korean War.

A half-century later, the Seoul government’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission has more than 200 such alleged wartime cases on its docket, based on hundreds of citizens’ petitions recounting bombing and strafing runs on South Korean refugee gatherings and unsuspecting villages in 1950-51.

From my friend Catherine Chung.

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One thought on “All Of The Titles For This Don’t Match How Bad It Is

  1. Jade Park says:

    War is a horribly and catastrophically, for lack of a better word, “messy.” When the whole aim is killing people, everything turns upside down.

    War just sucks.

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