Chemical Weapons Incinerator

Melanie Peeples reports about the concern growing among Anniston, Alabama, residents about a chemical weapons incinerator the Army is building there. The U.S. must dispose of all chemical weapons by 2007 under an international treaty; residents of the small southern town fear that the facility may not be completely safe.



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