The Canadian Press

1999-07-22 | Military Coverup

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Military officials admitted on July 22 that some controversial memos put in the medical files of peacekeepers stationed in Bosnia were removed. Colonel Walter Natynczyk (naht'-in-chuk) said the memos were put in the files of some soldiers who might have been exposed to hazardous substances. He said it appears those documents were taken out because they weren't considered to be based on scientific fact. But Natynczyk couldn't say who ordered the files to be pulled, or when they were removed.

Date: 1999-07-22
Placeline: OTTAWA, Ontario.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 33 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << a unit medical officer placed a note on the files of soldiers who served in Croatia during that time well this was a well-intentioned effort to provide documents documentary bookmarks on files in the event of pension issues it was subsequently determined that the document was not necessarily grounded in scientific or medical fact and at least some of the documents were apparently removed >>