047 VVN – Vietnam Vet John Bury and Agent Orange

John Bury, Mack Payne, Vietnam Veteran News

John Bury, Veterans Activist of Media, Pennsylvania

This episode will feature the continuation of my interview with John Bury. In the previous episode (# 046) John talked about his experiences on the USS Sacramento, AOE-1. Brace yourself, in this episode he will talk about what he has done since he retired from the Navy and his battle against his illnesses caused by Agent Orange.

His story is a compelling story of how the government can do things wrong. He has become one of the leading activists in the Nation in the fight to provide veterans with the assistance they deserve to deal with the terrible illnesses caused by a widely used chemical even though the government knew it was harmful to soldiers and anyone else who comes in contact with it.

You will be shocked by his revelations about the chemical and how our government is dealing or failing to deal with the problem. Citizens are asked by John to write to their congressional representatives and demand they do the right thing for the suffering veterans. Agent Orange is not limited to Vietnam Veterans. Its effects are being passed on to succeeding generation. Please go to the website covvha.com to learn more about the children of the next generation who are suffering from Agent Orange effects.

 


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