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Delay, Deny, Hope You Die

The U.S. military tossed waste from bases in Iraq and Afghanistan into giant pits and burned it.
Soldiers breathed the toxic fumes and now they are sick or dying ... and the government is trying to evade responsibility.

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Thousands of American soldiers returned from the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan with severe illnesses from the chemical war. They are not the victims of ruthless enemy warfare, but of decisions made by their own military commanders. Although the government denies
there is any link between burn pit toxins and illness, internal military memos show that it was known as far back as 2006 that there was “an acute health hazard for individuals.” Today, up to 100,000 soldiers may be sick.