Delay, Deny, Hope You Die
How America Poisoned Its Soldiers
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See Below What The Burn Pit Victims & Their Proponents Are Saying About Their Experience:
"There are hundreds of declarations by former employees and military officers documenting how the operation of the burn pits was exposing troops to the worse toxins known to man."
- Mike Doyle
Attorney For Veterans In Burn Pits Litigations Against KBR
"When I noted the violations, infractions and improper actions by KBR and reported them to management, KBR got really contentious about it and told me to shut up, that I was being a troublemaker."
- Rick Lamberth
Former KBR Employee
"We all willingly accepted the risk of being shot, wounded, and taken prisoner. But none of us signed up to be friggin' poisoned by our own people. There are no words to describe what the hell they've done!"
- Bobby Elesky
Former Government Contractor
Runtime: 52 min
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Genres: Documentary, Politics, War, Ethics, American Studies
Synopsis: Thousands of American soldiers returned from the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan with severe illnesses. They are not the victims of ruthless enemy warfare, but of decisions made by their own military commanders.
These soldiers, afflicted with everything from respiratory diseases to rare cancers, were sickened by the smoke and ash swirling out of the “burn pits”, where both the military and private contractors incinerated mountains of trash.
According to soldiers who served there, every type of waste was disposed of and burned, including batteries, appliances, vehicles, plastics, dead animals … even human body parts. Ash laden with hundreds of toxins and carcinogens blackened the air and coated the clothes, dining hall, work areas and living area of soldiers.