The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan

The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan

Friday's Post carries a story about Michael Nolan, an American who has applied to be a civil party in Case 002. Michael's brother, McKinley, deserted from the US Army in Vietnam and ended up in Cambodia, where he was likely murdered by the Khmer Rouge in 1977. American filmmaker Henry Corra has made a documentary about the Nolans' saga  - check out the official site here, or watch the preview below.

For those in the Washington, DC area, the film will be premiering next month at the SilverDocs film festival.

 

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