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Eye On America (Chemical Weapons) Part I #372250

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 27, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Hermiston, OR: Peter Van Sant) The massive threat to United States citizens from the deteriorating stockpile of chemical weapons in the Umatilla storage facility in Oregon examined; scenes shown of the stockpile of deadly sarin gas in eastern Oregon. [Lieutenant Col Marie BALDO, contractor Ron LAMAREAU, Hermiston Mayor Frank HARKENREITER - talk about the potential disaster from the leaky chemical containers and M-5 rockets.] The sarin gas attack on the Tokyo, Japan, subway recalled. The problem of how to destroy the weapons outlined. [Engineer Richard McGEE - says the weapons should be incinerated.] [Resident Karen JONES - comments.]

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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