Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Marine fed up with government denials, searches for evidence of toxic herbicides

HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – Former Marine Brian Moyer is fed up with government denials.
He saw herbicides being sprayed while he served on Guam during the Vietnam War.
The government denies it used the powerful defoliant Agent Orange on Guam.
Moyer, who now heads Agent Orange Survivors of Guam, is not convinced.
 “They continue going on with this lie,” Moyer said.
Former Marine Brian Moyer went to Guam to seek answers and evidence.
He recently traveled to Guam, where following our reports about the use of Agent Orange, local and federal Environmental Protection Agency field staff greeted him.
 “I had witnessed spraying on many many occasions,” Moyer explained.
He took E.P.A. staff to a fuel pipeline that runs from Apra Harbor to Andersen Air Force Base and other military installations.
Lakeland veteran Leroy Foster, who died last year, claims he sprayed hundreds of thousands of gallons of Agent Orange along that pipeline, as well as around military bases, housing and schools.
 “I was spraying the most deadliest substance on earth,” Sgt. Leroy Foster told me two years ago.

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