"Some 200 people were deposed," Harrison said. "To get one person who doesn't remember everything from 8 (or) 9 years ago is not evidence."
Doyle is expected to call at least 40 witnesses, from toxicologists to engineers and the soldiers themselves.
"KBR had a responsibility," Doyle said. "They were full well aware from their assessment that sodium dichromate was present.
"It's no surprise that they documented it existed since Day One."
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