Chung Eun-yong

 

 

 

Age: 91

 

Summary: South Korean policeman whose half-century quest for justice for his two slain children led the U.S. Army in 2001 to acknowledge the Korean War refugee massacre of an estimated 100 civilians by the U.S. military in the first weeks of the 1950-1953 war outside the central South Korean village of No Gun Ri, where hundreds of southern civilians (mostly women and children) were stopped by a dug-in battalion of the U.S. 7th Cavalry Regiment and then attacked without warning by U.S. warplanes on July 26, 1950.

 

 

Cause of Death: Undisclosed illness

 

Born: 1923

 

Died: August 1, 2014

 

Location: Seoul, South Korea