From the Washington Post

Former Marine Jon Turner began his presentation by ripping his service medals off his shirt and tossing them into the first row. He then narrated a series of graphic photographs showing bloody victims and destruction, bringing gasps from the audience. In a matter-of-fact voice, he described episodes in which he and fellow Marines shot people out of fear or retribution.

“I’m sorry for the hate and destruction I’ve inflicted upon innocent people,” Turner said. “Until people hear about what is happening in this war, it will continue.”

These are courageous young men and women and I know how it rips their hearts to tell these stories. As I have written before, it was ultimately the warriors themselves, refusing orders, individually and en mass that brought about the end to the Vietnam War.

UPDATE: More video coverage