Deport General Loan?

Buckley Jr., WM. F.
December 1978
National Review;12/8/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 49, p1562
The article focuses on pressures to deport General Nguyen Loan, Saigon's chief of police, to Vietnam, during the Tet offensive. It is reported that the motion before the U.S. house to deport General Loan to Vietnam. It is reported that during the Tet offensive in 1968 Loan, pulled out a pistol and summarily executed a Viet Cong prisoner whose hands were bound behind his back. It is opined that although it is unlikely that the United States Government will actually turn over General Loan to the Vietnamese, it would not be unique to the Western experience.


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