Kent State – 1970
Protestors murdered in cold blood
When protestors are killed in other countries (countries of enemies or countries the US wants to destabilize), there’s never any doubt about the intentionality of it.
But in 1970, when “National Guard” troops fired 67 live rounds in 13 seconds into a crowd killing four and wounding nine, the media declared what happened a “mystery.”
No mystery. The commander ordered the troops to fire. They did and all the evil doers walked away scott free.