According to the BBC on this day in 1971, the Charlie Company leader, Lt. William Calley, was indicted for his part in the My Lai massacre. Though several were guilty, he was the only one charged. He was originally sentenced to life w/labor, ending up serving house arrest in Fort Benning, GA., freed on bail in 1974 and paroled after serving about a third of his term. Two weeks ago today was the 39th anniversary of the My Lai massacre.
Again, it was a small bit of justice and I'm sure the relatives of the My Lai villagers wouldn't see it as justice at all.