Dennis Kyne: Depleted Uranium (DU) and Very Sick Soldiers and the Cover-Up

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Extremely graphic photos towards the end of this video (43 minutes in).  To be viewed by a mature audience only.

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November 22, 2009

Interview with Dennis Kyne, 15-year U.S. Army Veteran serving in Operation Desert Shield and Operation Desert Storm.

from the archives:

The medical and economic costs of nuclear power by Dr Helen Caldicott

Nuclear Madness – Interview with Dr. Helen Caldicott (must see video)

Depleted Uranium

GI Resistance

Before You Enlist! (2006) (must-see)

19 thoughts on “Dennis Kyne: Depleted Uranium (DU) and Very Sick Soldiers and the Cover-Up

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  16. This young man made himself a hero by telinng us this terrible story. His presentation is so filled with controlled rage and so convincing in a manner that tells us of the suffering he is carrying within. This has to be sent to the highest levels of UN, the European Union and the World court. Help him to lead a group of veterans to travel and lecture and testify about the horrors of war. Our “civilization” is peering down the abyss of the endgame. War has to be declared illigal.

    • Worse? Personally, I find it best not to compare horrific events to one another. It’s kind of like sin, transgression is transgression there is not one sin worse than another.

      This is definitely tragic and needs to be known by the public.

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