National Archives Offer New Proof of Vietnam War Atrocities

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The Village Voice | September 21, 2004
Hundreds of U.S. military investigative files that were classified for decades but are now available in the National Archives back up the young John Kerry's Senate testimony and put the lie to his critics, including Swift Boat Veterans for Truth. Incidents of mutilation and torture are cited.

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