- My Lai Massacre
- March 1968.
- 400 civilians were killed.
- Army tried to cover it, but one soldier reported it to the congress.
- Only the officer in charge was put on trial. He was found guilty and sentenced to 20 years in prison.
- Led to further protests against the war.
- Not a rare occurrence.
- Photographs were found.
- American troops started treating civilians roughly as they believed they were helping the Viet Cong.