Poison bullets: Depleted Uranium factor covered-up?


January 05, 2010

Many American and British soldiers who have returned from Iraq are complaining about Depleted Uranium-related illnesses. They accuse both the Pentagon and the UK Ministry of Defense of covering up the problem.

Poison Bullets follows doctors and experts as they voice their opposing views in the DU controversy and travels to the US, Great Britain, Jordan, Iraq and Spain, where we meet many of those who are victims of both DU-related diseases and the indifference of government officials.

video no longer available

from the archives:

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

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

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

Depleted Uranium

8 thoughts on “Poison bullets: Depleted Uranium factor covered-up?

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  7. Seems to me the doctors, pentagon official and members of the administration who say exposure to DU is not harmful should all be sent to Iraq to clean up the DU contaminated tanks which the US is obligated to do under international law.

    I wanna see if they change their tune when they start getting sick from DU exposure.

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