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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Vo Duoc
Vo Duoc fought back tears while sharing the news that broke his heart: A few days earlier, he received test results confirming that he and 11 family members have elevated levels of dioxin lingering in their blood.
But he said he is more concerned about what will happen to his six grandchildren, who have not yet been tested for dioxin.
"It's better late than never that the U.S. government is cleaning up the environment for our children," Mr. Duoc said in Danang, surrounded by family members sitting on plastic stools. "They have to do as much as possible and as quickly as possible."