(ed: we also have these issues here in new zealand..)
Bussey spent five and a half years of active service in the Air Force – which included a stint in Saudi Arabia where he was exposed to toxic open burn pits he said.
Now Bussey suffers from a series of medical problems including neuropathy in his legs and hands – liver damage – sterility and psoriasis — conditions that he said started to appear roughly five years ago.
‘I consider my illnesses mild compared to what other people in my group have’ said Bussey – referring to an online group of hundreds of former service-members and civilians who were based at or live near contaminated military bases.
Many in the group are associated with Wurtsmith and suffer similar debilitating health issues.