Panjwai shooting spree - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: According to Reuters, some neighbors and relatives of the dead saw a group of U.S. soldiers arrive at their village at about 2 a.m., enter homes and open fire. "They were all drunk and shooting all over the place," said neighbor Agha Lala. Some witnesses said that drunk American soldiers were laughing, while shooting. According to The New York Times, one of the survivors from the attacks, Abdul Hadi, and "at least five other villagers" described seeing a number of soldiers, while some other Afghan residents described seeing only one gunman.
Maywand District murders - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
The Maywand District killings refers to the murder of at least three
Afghan civilians perpetrated by a group of U.S. Army soldiers in 2010,
during the War in Afghanistan. The soldiers, who referred to themselves
as the "Kill Team", were members of the 3rd Platoon, Bravo
Company, 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment 5th Brigade, 2nd Infantry
Division. They were based at FOB Ramrod at Maiwand, in the southern
Kandahar Province of Afghanistan.
My Lai Massacre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
The My Lai Massacre (Vietnamese: thảm sát Mỹ Lai [tʰɐ̃ːm ʂɐ̌ːt mǐˀ
lɐːj], [mǐˀlɐːj] ( listen); English pronunciation: /ˌmiːˈlaɪ/, also
/ˌmiːˈleɪ, ˌmaɪˈlaɪ/) was the Vietnam War mass murder of between 347
and 504 unarmed civilians in South Vietnam on March 16, 1968, by United
States Army soldiers of "Charlie" Company of 1st Battalion, 20th
Infantry Regiment, 11th Brigade of the Americal Division. Most of the
victims were women, children (including babies), and elderly people.
Some of the bodies were later found to be mutilated. While 26 US
soldiers were initially charged with criminal offenses for their actions
at Mỹ Lai, only Second Lieutenant William Calley, a platoon leader in
Charlie Company, was convicted. Found guilty of killing 22 villagers, he
was originally given a life sentence, but only served three and a half
years under house arrest.
Haditha killings - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
The Haditha killings (also called the Haditha incident or the Haditha
massacre) refers to the incident in which 24 unarmed Iraqi men, women
and children were killed by a group of United States Marines on November
19, 2005 in Haditha, a city in the western Iraqi province of Al Anbar.
All those killed were civilians. The dead included several children
and elderly people, who were shot multiple times at close range while
unarmed. It has been alleged that the killings were retribution for the
attack on a convoy of Marines with an improvised explosive device that
killed Lance Corporal Miguel Terrazas. Many news reports have compared
the incident to the My Lai massacre.
Rape and Murder in Afghanistan : Indybay:
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