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Vietnam / Massacre / Photos / 2 Eyewitnesses #443416

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Nov 20, 1969
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(Studio) Soldier at Fort Dix describes massacre of South Vietnam citizens. Cleveland, Ohio's "The Plain Dealer" publishes photos of massacre, taken by Army Combat Photographer.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Salt Lake City, UT) Brigham Young University student, Michael Terry, was with Platoon entering Pinkville after alleged massacre. [TERRY - says after funeral of sergeant in Company, Captain Medina said men would have chance to fight in Pinkville. He left impression soldiers could shoot at anything. All dead in 1st village; some alive in 2nd. Civilians rounded up and shot. Friend told me of Lieutenant Calley ordering man to shoot group, and when he refused after a time, Calley shot the rest.]
REPORTER: Arthur Kent {KUTV}

(Fort Dix, New Jersey) [Mbr. Company sergeant Michael BERNHARDT - says no military-age males left in village. Saw groups rounded up and shot. Didn't take point Orders given to destroy village and population there. Those not old enough to walk weren't VC.]
REPORTER: George Page

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Kent, Arthur;
Page, George
Duration:
00:05:40

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