From KTVZ.COM News Sources WASHINGTON — In a letter Wednesday to Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) called on the Department of Defense to investigate the excessive expenses racked up by the legal team of Kellogg, Brown and Root – a defense contractor that operated in Iraq with the contractual ability to pass [...]
CBS Evening News on Soldiers Exposures to Chemicals in Iraq. Sodium Dichromate is one of the most deadly carcinogens in the world.
NBC Nightly News – Guardsmen suing KBR for chemical exposure… NBC News investigation tonight that takes us back to Iraq in 2003, after the combat phase of the war was over… more
Indiana National Guard troops gathered to say goodbye to one of their commanding officers on Tuesday, Lt. Colonel Jim Gentry. Gentry believed his terminal cancer was directly related to his service in Iraq and even after death the 52-year-old Indiana National Guard commander is continuing a fight for his troops through a lawsuit.
Toxic Tour of Duty: Part 1 & 2 – (WHAS11)–Tell City, Indiana is the small Perry County seat. It’s where a giant We Support the Troops banner hangs on the county courthouse and many a man here has served in the military.
Iraq veteran blames KBR for his suffering on chemical exposure By Keri Brown of West Virginia Public Broadcasting [Audio clip: view full post to listen] July 10, 2009 · Seven National Guard veterans in West Virginia are among 50 nationwide who say they are experiencing severe health problems after being exposed to a toxic chemical in Iraq. [...]
NBC Story on National Guards Exposure to Hexavalent Chromium in Iraq
America’s Premier Lawyers Series: ABC Radio – An Interview with Jeff Raizner on KBR Litgation Jeff Raizner, of Doyler Raizner LLP was recently a guest speaker on ABC RADIO, along with Alan E. Tannebaum. You can “LISTEN IN” to the interview by following this link to their website: “Americas Premier Lawyer Series – Top Verdicts” Jeffrey L. [...]
Sixteen Indiana National Guard soldiers have sued the Houston-based defense Contractor KBR over Chemical Exposure in Iraq.