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[MCAS EL TORO SUPERFUND SITE] BETRAYAL -- Toxic Exposure of U.S. Marines, Murder & Government Cover-up

None of the veterans that served aboard these two installations were notified of their exposure to deadly contaminants when it was discovered...

(SACRAMENTO, CA) - [MCAS EL TORO SUPERFUND SITE] BETRAYAL -- Toxic Exposure of U.S. Marines, Murder & Government Cover-up BETRAYAL is written by two former MCAS El Toro Marines, Robert O’Dowd, Salem-News investigative reporter and disabled veteran, and Tim King, photojournalist and war correspondent.

It is a thrilling and informative nonfiction account of contamination at two Marine Corps installations—Marine Corps Air Station El Toro on the West Coast (CA) and Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune on the East Coast (NC).

Read Full Article (Jan-25-2012 12:32)

California Quelches Plans to Transform Marine Base into Homes

Voice of OC reveals dimming hope for Irvine's 'Great Park' project.

(SALEM) - MCAS El Toro The story of the proposed redevelopment of the old El Toro Marine base in Irvine, California is beginning to match our predictions from more than three years ago.

The effort was bogus from day one; the base is packed with toxic chemicals and their residue and no sensible person would consider living even close to it, let alone 'on' the old wreck of a base.

Read Full Article (Dec-11-2011 14:57)

Marine`s Homicide Rejected by `Scientific Journals`

Convincing evidence in a scientific paper by two forensic experts of the murder of Colonel James E. Sabow rejected by leading forensic journals.

(SALEM) - Col. Jim Sabow helped implement the Marine Corps AV8 Harrier program which continues to this day. The difference between homicide and suicide can sometimes be a close call, requiring extensive pathological review and crime scene reconstruction.

However, the violent death of Marine Colonel James E. Sabow at MCAS El Toro on January 22, 1991, was a clear case of homicide. For those with knowledge of the cold case, this isn’t even a close call.

Read Full Article (Sep-03-2011 19:43)

A Few Good Men, Too Many Chemicals

An eBook by Tim King and Robert O’Dowd tackles the environmental contamination at former MCAS El Toro and Camp Lejeune, including the murder of a senior Marine Corps officer at El Toro. The book is scheduled for release in October/November 2011.

(SALEM, Ore.) - A Few Good Men, Too Many Chemicals A Few Good Men, Too Many Chemicals tells the story of the thousands of veterans, their families and civilian workers at former MCAS El Toro and Camp Lejeune.

At one time, these were two of the most hazardous military installations in the U.S.

Read Full Article (Jul-15-2011 19:33)

Ground Penetrating Technology Used to Locate Agent Orange Drums

Ground penetrating technology is being used to locate buried Agent Orange drums at Camp Carroll, Korea. The same technology could be used to find TCE/PCE drums buried at former MCAS El Toro.

(IRVINE, Calif.) - Agent Orange in Korea The U.S. Army and the Korean government are using ground penetrating technology to locate hundreds of barrels of 55 gallon drums of Agent Orange and other chemicals at Camp Carroll, South Korea, according The Korea Herald.

Read Full Article (Jun-10-2011 04:07)

Todd Spitzer: Irvine`s Great Park Fiasco M.I.A. Politico

Former OC Supervisor, Assistant DA, State Assemblyman, And Macho Man Victims’ Rights Advocate Is Asleep At The Political Watchdog Wheel.

(IRVINE, Calif.) - Todd Spitzer An Open Letter To Todd Spitzer

Hello, Todd? Is there anybody in there? Just nod once if you can hear me, ok? The dream that was, it just doesn’t even remotely resemble this messy interlude. The old reverie’s kaput, and taxpayers are NOT comfortably numb, we’re really angry and frustrated and confused and wondering who’ll rescue us...

Read Full Article (Mar-07-2011 21:38)

Can Erin Brockovich Rescue the Marines?

Brockovich has penned a fictional thriller about industrial contamination called, "Rock Bottom".

(SALEM, Ore.) - Erin Brockovich The old Marine air base at El Toro is a rotting toxic mess that politicians & businesses have tried in vain to manipulate into a park and subdivision.

Marines need the hand of a star player, and Erin Brockovich could really help.

Read Full Article (Feb-14-2011 20:05)

EPA`s Superfund Website Can Save Veteran`s Lives

Veterans are not provided the choice of military assignments.

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) - EPA Superfund Site Thousands of veterans and their dependents lived and worked on military installations that are now listed as EPA Superfund sites.

Former MCAS El Toro was once a proud Marine aviation base; today it is a demolished wreck. The soil and groundwater was terribly polluted over the years and many have paid the ultimate price over it.

Read Full Article (Jan-23-2011 19:24)

Twentieth Anniversary of Cold-Blooded Murder Passes

Marine Corps Colonel’s murder reported as a suicide, but forensic evidence supports murder and a government cover-up.

(IRVINE, Calif.) - Colonel James Sabow USMC Twenty years ago this month, Colonel James Sabow, USMC, answered the telephone in his quarters at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, California. “Hello, Colonel Sabow. This is Colonel Sabow.”

These were the last words that Sally Sabow heard her husband speak as she closed the front door of their home to attend an early morning weekday Mass in Santa Ana.

Read Full Article (Dec-27-2010 22:26)

MCAS El Toro: Evidence Supports Cover-Up of Toxic Deadly Well Contamination

“Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans” -Jacques Cousteau (1910-1997)

(IRVINE, Calif.) - Marine Corps Air Station El Toro I don’t believe in ghosts. If I ran into one or two, maybe I’d change my mind. The stories of lights in MCAS El Toro’s control tower when the power was cut off in July 1999 may be just someone’s wild imagination, but maybe they're the ghosts of Marines who served on the base and returned to haunt the place.

No question there’s good reasons for haunting the former base.

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