Monday, May 16, 2005

US Tested Agent Orange on Canadian Troops

Forty years after the American military was allowed to test-bomb a New Brunswick army base with deadly 'Agent Orange' herbicide, the Canadian government is finally admitting that veterans are dying as a result of being poisoned.

Agent Orange has been linked to a horrifying array of cancers, diabetes, respiratory diseases and blindness among U.S. veterans -- not to mention two generations of sick Vietnamese -- and even birth defects in children of vets. But for decades, the Canadian military has refused to acknowledge the Gagetown horror ever happened, much less any connection between Agent Orange and sick vets.

The door is now open to claims from potentially thousands of sick and dying Canadian vets exposed to Agent Orange at Gagetown.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey ani't that what hosers are for?

8:03 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


1:44 pm  

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