Troops sue KBR over toxic waste in Iraq, Afghanistan

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" Each of the lawsuits represent several soldiers but were filed on behalf of at least 100,000 others who are alleged to suffer from health problems resulting from exposure to emissions released by the incineration of waste at military bases.
Kellogg Brown and Root and its former parent company Halliburton, which at one time was led by former vice president Dick Cheney, had a government contract to destroy waste at US bases and camps in Iraq and Afghanistan."

Note: Don't the Iraqis and Afghanis breathe the same air over there that our troops breathe? I wonder where their lawsuits are?

I changed breath to breathe nov 13, 2009

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