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Friday, 16 October 2009

Agent Orange in Vietnam: Ignoring the Crimes Before Our Eyes

Agent Orange in Vietnam: Ignoring the Crimes Before Our Eyes
By Dave Lindorff
The Public Record
Oct 15th, 2009

Thai Thi Nga, 16, 2nd-generation viction of US Agent Orange use in the Vietnam War
On Oct. 13, the New York Times ran a news story headlined, “Door Opens to Health Claims Tied to Agent Orange,” which was sure to be good news to many American veterans of the Indochina War. It reported that 38 years after the Pentagon ceased spreading the deadly dioxin-laced herbicide/defoliant over much of South Vietnam, it was acknowledging what veterans have long claimed: in addition to 13 ailments already traced to exposure to the chemical, it was also responsible for three more dread diseases—Parkinson’s, ischemic hedart disease and hairy-cell leukemia.

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http://pubrecord.org/nation/5757/agent-orange-vietnam-ignoring-crimes/

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