|Ronald Haeberle visits My Lai in Oct 24, 2011. (photo:Thanhnien)|
The detailed and very visual photographs of the massacre served as undeniable evidence of the mass killings in Son My, which forced the White House to open an investigation into the gruesome incident.
Forty-three years later, Haeberle has returned to the scene of the incident, being a firsthand witness to the massacre. He visited the Son My Museum and suggested corrections in the captions on the photo exhibits there.
The mass killings occurred on 16 March 1968 in the small hamlet of
The random shootings targeted mainly unarmed old men, women and children, during the daytime, as most of the younger males from