No Blood on the Times' Hands

April 1975
National Review;4/11/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 13, p383
This article presents information on the political conditions in Cambodia as reported by the reporters of the newspaper "The New York Times." The reporters have been doing their best to assure readers that the sooner the regime of Lieutenant General Lon Nol is ended, the better off Cambodians will be. It is reported in a March 12, 1975 dispatch from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, reporter Sydney Schanberg dismissed the administration of U.S. President Gerald R. Ford's claim that the Communists would massacre their opponents when they took power. The question of Communist reprisals is discussed by reporter David Andelman in another dispatch from the country.


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