Talk:US POWs in Vietnam

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This may be true (about the POW VS Abu Ghraib comparison), but I fail to see how: 1. This factoid deserves an encyclopedia entry. 2. There is any real relationship between the two: Because the Vietnamese did some horrible things to American servicemen in the past, we should bear that in mind when American soldiers do less-horrible things to suspected Iraqi insurgents 35 years later? Moral relativism, anyone? War crimes/ violations against the spirit of the Geneva conventions/ human rights violations are not mitigated because something worse happened a while back at the other end of the Asian land mass. AliceBG 12:05, 5 March 2008 (EST)