US soldiers cite buried toxic chemical in SKorea (AP) – 1868th Edition

South Korean technicians conduct a ground-penetrating radar survey of alleged burial of a highly toxic defoliant at Camp Carroll, a US army logistics base, in Waegwan in Chilgok county, 216-km (135 miles) southeast of Seoul, Thursday, June 2, 2011. South Korea and the United States are on a joint investigation after American veterans claimed they buried large amounts of Agent Orange at Camp Carroll in 1978. (AP Photo/Jung Yeon-je, Pool)AP – Steve House can’t stop thinking about the day in 1978 when he says he helped bury toxic Agent Orange at a U.S. military base in South Korea, hauling rusting drums to a ditch from a warehouse that soldiers called “voodoo land.”

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