Military probes Agent Orange claims
from The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. military said that an initial investigation into claims that it buried Agent Orange on a base in central South Korea in 1978 determined that some dangerous chemicals were buried there around that time but removed in 1979 and 1980. The lead investigator into the allegations, Eighth Army Commander Lt. Gen. John D. Johnson, said in a statement that it wasn't yet clear if what they've found directly correlates to claims made by former military personnel to an Arizona TV station last week.
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