Army Lt. Michael Behenna: Got recent Trump pardon
Army Lt. William Calley: Nixon gave him house arrest
Nuremberg War Crimes Trials, 1946
(12 death penalty, 7 prison, 3 acquitted)
Trump to issue more or less a “blanket pardon” to U.S. service members for war crimes (e.g., those either under investigation, prosecuted, tired, or in some cases convicted and serving prison time, thus more or less shows Trump is condoning war crimes).
Articles related to this big breaking news:
1. From main NY Times article
2. From CNN
3. From the Guardian
4. From Reuters
5. From The Hill
6. From The Military Times
7. From the Washington Post
And, also from various other sources – do the research. Start with this from the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam in early 1968, and then the torture and other abuses in Iraq at Abu Ghraib U.S. detention facility during the 2003-2006 time frame.