"We were holding demonstrations, and sometimes the demonstrations became very militant. Yet, the war kept on going."
"The My Lai Massacre hit the front pages.... I went and turned myself in to the Presidio stockade, and refused orders to Vietnam."
"Why didn’t I intervene and stop ... these guys from gang raping this 16-year-old villager? Why didn’t I stop that? I didn’t.”
"... and they asked my friend and I did we want to go to Chicago the next day for a Black Panther rally. That was the night I became a revolutionary."
"You know what Commander, I'm not going to be doing that ... I don't know if you've noticed it over here, but we're not the good guys," declared Lt. Gene Marx to his XO in Vietnam. "I wasn’t over there defending anybody’s
"There was a lot of guilt that I didn't have the courage to stand up on the day that we killed those people," explains Paul Cox. "But I decided I'm not gonna be quiet anymore. And I haven't been quiet since."
"It wasn't like I planned to be a resister or a troublemaker or anything of the sort," explains Randy Rowland, an organizer of the "Presidio 27 Mutiny."