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PLEASE READ SOME OF FORMER
U.S. CAP MARINE AND WEBMASTER'S JACK CUNNINGHAM'S DAY-TO-DAY EXPERIENCES
OF LIVING AND SERVING (24/7) IN A VIETNAMESE PEASANT VILLAGE AT:
Because guerrilla warfare basically derives from the masses and is supported
by them, it can neither exist nor flourish if it separates itself from their sympathies and co-operation….The moment
that this war of resistance dissociates itself from the masses of the people is the precise moment that it dissociates itself
from hope of ultimate victory…
'BEFORE' MASSACRE: Pictures And Narratives
of Duc Duc / Phu Da, Vietnam
Why are the two teenage boys' in the below picture eyes
FRIENDS OF DUC DUC, VIETNAM
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For "Gathering of Eagles."
"How do you ask a man to be the last man to
die for a mistake?"
April 22, 1971
- At the time of his statements before
the United States Congress, television news reporters and cameras, and Vietnamese Communist Negotiators in Paris, France,
John Kerry was still in the United States Navy.
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Less than a month after the massacre of the Duc Duc Refugee Village, Senator
John Kerry became a spokesperson and negotiator for the communist government in Vietnam. At the time, John Kerry
was an officer in the United States Navy.
Sen. Kerry met with the Viet Cong government
to negotiate a peace settlement without the authorization of our government:
"I have been to Paris. I have talked with
both delegations at the peace talks, that is to say the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the Provisional Revolutionary Government
and of all eight of Madam Binh's points it has been stated time and time again, and was stated by Senator Vance Hartke when
he returned from Paris, and it has been stated by many other officials of this Government, if the United States were to set
a date for withdrawal the prisoners of war would be returned." (Vietnam Veterans Against the War Statement by John Kerry to
the Senate Committee of Foreign Relations, April 23, 1971.)
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Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2005 12:24 AM
Subject: Duc Duc settlement
I found the following report from the 7th Marines Command Chronology dated March 4, 1968.
Although the grid coordinates are incorrect the village names are the same as those where you served with CAP 2-9-2
(aka NOV 3). It seems like the massacre in 1971 was not
the first time the villagers had been brutalized.
(d) 040500H: Company I searched the area of (AT869571) and found 40 civilians KIA, 77 WIA, and 14 WIA (at this point there are several letters I can't read ...Sandy)
The villages of DUC DUC, PHU DA, and AN HOA had been mortared, and the enemy
had moved through the area burning huts and throwing grenades at the civilians in their bomb shelters. The enemy told civilians that
the reason for the raid was to force the people to return across the river to the Arizona area and grow rice.