Stephen J. Singer, Esq. takes us back to Wounded Knee, initially termed the "Battle at Wounded Knee", to justify the twenty Medals of Honor that were given to the soldiers afterwards. They had disarmed the Indians first and then proceeded to kill over 250 of them, mostly women, children and old men. This was the revenge of the Seventh Cavalry for the embarrassing defeat they had suffered at the Little Big Horn under Custer.
Presenter Bio: Stephen J. Singer, Esq. is a retired Criminal Defense Attorney of 40+ years' experience in New York City, a Special Agent in the U.S. Treasury Dept., Intelligence Division, a Case worker in the N.Y.C. Dept. of Welfare, a freelance contributor to Newsday Newspaper, currently teaching at NOVA University and at most of the over 55 communities in South Florida.
Wednesday, November 18 | 2:00 PM -3:30 PM | Fee: $5