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Camp Lejeune, North Carolina / Poison Water / Marine Base #433325

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 01, 2000
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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) Report introduced.

(Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Brian Cabell) Questions about poison water at the Marines Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, examined; details given of health concerns about birth defects linked to water containing carcinogenic chemicals. [University of Georgia Jeff FISHER - cites statistics on the contamination levels.] [Marine Crops wives Deborah HORNEY, Martha VAUGHN - talk about the children's medical problems.] [Federal health official Wendy KAYE - says in-utero exposures are most at risk.] [United States Marine Corps Lieutenant Mike LEHNERT - defends the actions of base commanders.] [Former Marine Charles HORNEY - raises issues.]

Cabell, Brian;
Shaw, Bernard

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