Sunday, May 02, 2010
This should be interesting...
Culture war: the shootin' kind
If this process produces new evidence, that will be an interesting situation: Analysis of 40-year-old tape may reveal whether Ohio Guardsmen were ordered to fire on Kent State protesters by John Mangels The Plain Dealer 04/29/10.
Tuesday, May 4, will be 40 years after the Kent State murders. There is no statute of limitations on murder. No was was prosecuted so far. But then, it took 40 years or more for some murders during the height of civil rights activism to be prosecuted, too.
I posted about the Kent State murders in the context of the "culture war" in The "culture war" in its infancy 05/07/08.
Tags: kent state killings, sixties
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