NO GUN RI

@article{Hanley2010NOGR,
  title={NO GUN RI},
  author={C. Hanley},
  journal={Critical Asian Studies},
  year={2010},
  volume={42},
  pages={589 - 622}
}
  • C. Hanley
  • Published 2010
  • Sociology
  • Critical Asian Studies
Although South Korea's Truth and Reconciliation Commission has investigated many of more than 200 alleged cases of what it categorizes as civilian massacres committed by U.S. soldiers during the Korean War, the U.S. government has investigated only one, the refugee killings at No Gun Ri. The U.S. government's 300-page report on that inquiry exonerated the U.S. military of wrongdoing. Then president Clinton said the evidence was not clear that there was responsibility “high enough in the chain… Expand
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