Rainbow Herbicides<br />Tyler Carringer<br />White-Collar Crime<br />
Background<br />Used largely between 1961-1971 in Southeast Asia (Vietnam).<br />Formal herbicidal program Trail Dust (196...
The Agents<br />Agent Purple<br />Agent Pink<br />Agent Green<br />Agent Blue<br />Agent White<br />Agent Orange<br />
Victims of Agent Orange<br />         Vietnam<br />
Nguyen Van Tan, 9 year olds from QuangNgai province. <br />His dad remembers the agent orange falling on his village when ...
Still born<br />Tu Du Hospital Ho Chi Minh where a special room is kept to show still borns dead from the effects of Agent...
New-born<br />Tu Du Hospitals friendship ward for severely disabled children<br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor<br />
Children<br />Tu Du Hospitals friendship ward for severely disabled children<br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor<br />
He is an agent orange victim.<br />Now, he begs for change in the tourist tailor market in Hoi An, Central Vietnam. <br />...
Consequence is continuing …<br />1st  generation<br />2nd generation<br />3rd generation &…<br />
Is This A White-Collar Crime?<br />
Corporate CrimeGovernment Crime<br />
Korea<br />Panama<br />Arizona<br />Guam<br />Brazil<br />Australia<br />Canada<br />
Summary<br />Rainbow Herbicides are examples of:<br />Corporate White-Collar Crime.<br />Government White-Collar Crime.<br...
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White-Collar Crime Final Project

  1. 1. Rainbow Herbicides<br />Tyler Carringer<br />White-Collar Crime<br />
  2. 2. Background<br />Used largely between 1961-1971 in Southeast Asia (Vietnam).<br />Formal herbicidal program Trail Dust (1961 - 1971).<br />Herbicidal warfare is a form of chemical warfare.<br />
  3. 3. The Agents<br />Agent Purple<br />Agent Pink<br />Agent Green<br />Agent Blue<br />Agent White<br />Agent Orange<br />
  4. 4.
  5. 5. Victims of Agent Orange<br /> Vietnam<br />
  6. 6. Nguyen Van Tan, 9 year olds from QuangNgai province. <br />His dad remembers the agent orange falling on his village when he was a young boy. Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor <br />
  7. 7. Still born<br />Tu Du Hospital Ho Chi Minh where a special room is kept to show still borns dead from the effects of Agent Orange.<br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor <br />
  8. 8. New-born<br />Tu Du Hospitals friendship ward for severely disabled children<br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor<br />
  9. 9. Children<br />Tu Du Hospitals friendship ward for severely disabled children<br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor<br />
  10. 10. He is an agent orange victim.<br />Now, he begs for change in the tourist tailor market in Hoi An, Central Vietnam. <br />Photograph (c) Jonathan Taylor<br />
  11. 11. Consequence is continuing …<br />1st generation<br />2nd generation<br />3rd generation &…<br />
  12. 12.
  13. 13. Is This A White-Collar Crime?<br />
  14. 14. Corporate CrimeGovernment Crime<br />
  15. 15.
  16. 16.
  17. 17. Korea<br />Panama<br />Arizona<br />Guam<br />Brazil<br />Australia<br />Canada<br />
  18. 18. Summary<br />Rainbow Herbicides are examples of:<br />Corporate White-Collar Crime.<br />Government White-Collar Crime.<br />Very little has been done to bring these crimes to justice.<br />
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