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Paul Meadlo: Babies and Vietnam War

paul meadlo: Questions about babies have arisen again at the White House, this time about thousands of immigrant children, some only months old, ripped from their parents and jailed in cages on the orders of President Trump, according to Rabble. That question, asked half a century ago, And babies was posed by veteran investigative journalist Mike Wallace while interviewing a young Vietnam veteran named Paul Meadlo. These four words, broadcast by CBS News in 1969, had a profound impact on the American public, the Nixon presidency and the course of the Vietnam War. And babies, Meadlo answered. What followed came to be known as the My Lai Massacre. He was an Army private who, along with scores of other U.S. soldiers, conducted a raid on March 16, 1968, attacking a Vietnamese village called My Lai. ( As reported in the news.