Four dead in Ohio
It was forty-one years ago today that the Ohio National Guard murdered four students at Kent State University for the crime of disagreeing with what we were told was government "of the people, by the people, for the people."
Despite years of coverups and denials, the Cleveland Plain Dealer is continuing to investigate the massacre at Kent State, and making progress. In part those investigations have centered on tape recordings of the events.
Here's a link to one recent article:
KENT, Ohio — In the four decades since Ohio National Guardsmen fired on students and antiwar demonstrators at Kent State University, Terry Norman has remained a central but shadowy figure in the tragedy.
Despite numerous claims to self-defense, there has been no credible evidence presented that the National Guard contingent was in serious danger.
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