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Adding insult to torture, Vietnam still suffering from Agent Orange, BTS Best of Season One

On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin reports on news of Abu Ghraib torture victims being sued by the very defense contractor responsible for their abuse. Abby then highlights the 40th anniversary of the US’s final mission in Vietnam, and talks to Marjorie Cohn, professor of human rights at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law, about the adverse effects of the deadly herbicide ‘Agent Orange’ still being felt in Vietnam to this day. BTS wraps up with a look back at some of the team’s favorite moments from the first season, as well as a special sneak peek into Season 2.

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