Ground-penetrating radars searching for alleged Agent Orange buried in S. Korea.

Image: AFP/Getty Ground-penetrating radar machines, which can search for objects…

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Ground-penetrating radar machines, which can search for objects up to 10 meters deep, are being used by the U.S. military on Camp Carroll military base in South Korea to check if supplies of Agent Orange was buried there.

Concern in the local community of Chilgok, 300 kms (186 miles) south of Seoul is clear.

Posters are draped over the railings surrounding the U.S. military base, all with the same message to the U.S. military: Start digging and start apologizing.

One lone protester at the gates of the base holds a placard that reads: “This land is not the graveyard of Agent Orange.”

Source: CNN

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