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At My Lai: The Photographer Who Captured the Massacre
2018-03-17T06:15:06.2654253Z - Ben Cosgrove / Hacker News
Ronald L. Haeberle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty ImagesRon Haeberle was drafted in 1966, after attending Ohio University, where he was a photographer for the school paper. Ronald L. Haeberle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Ok, show itThe suddenness of the violence at My Lai was especially terrifying. Ronald L. Haeberle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty ImagesHaeberle said it was an automatic response to continue taking pictures, even as the brutality escalated. Ronald L. Haeberle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty ImagesIn the photo above, American troops help a wounded comrade at My Lai. Ronald L. Haeberle/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images Courtesy of Ron HaeberleHaeberle told me that he returned to My Lai in 2011, where he met Duc Tran Van, a survivor of the massacre.

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