What Is The Cause Of The Vietnam Massacre?

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When Lt. Colonel MacKenzie and his unit didn’t show up at the reported time at the museum, the North Vietnamese army found out the men already took the paintings under their very noses without being seen or heard. But they made it work to their advantage by sending out a propaganda statement naming the men involved in the burglary and complaining to the State Department about the US Army’s gang of war criminals lead by Lt. Colonel Jackson J. MacKenzie, even including the name of Major Harrison Russell. They weren’t told Major Russell was injured in a mortar attack two days before the mission and was recovering from surgery to remove his
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