Fukushima: They Knew by Greg Palast + Fukushima Nuclear Disaster Three Years Later, Who is Responsible?

by Greg Palast
Writer, Dandelion Salad
www.gregpalast.com
For FreePress.org
March 10, 2014

“Completely and Utterly Fail in an Earthquake”
The Fukushima story you didn’t hear on CNN

I’ve seen a lot of sick stuff in my career, but this was sick on a new level.

Here was the handwritten log kept by a senior engineer at the nuclear power plant:

Wiesel was very upset. He seemed very nervous. Very agitated. . . . In fact, the plant was riddled with problems that, no way on earth, could stand an earth- quake. The team of engineers sent in to inspect found that most of these components could “completely and utterly fail” during an earthquake.

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US Navy Sailors Sue TEPCO Over Cluster-Fukushima Snafu by William Boardman

by William Boardman
Guest Writer, Dandelion Salad
Originally published on readersupportednews.org, December 18, 2013
December 22, 2013

Fuel Assembly Removal Process (02813602)

Image by Greg Webb via IAEA Imagebank via Flickr

“Why has this not made national headlines??? The Aircraft Carrier Ronald Reagan is nuclear powered. Radiation detection equipment did not pick up on this?? Why have these sailors and marines medical records been removed from permanent tracking. Criminal implications galore. This should be all over mainstream media. Someone please forward all these ene reports to the media…. Tepco is the lowest of snakes. Hari Kari for the lot of em!!” – Comment on enenews, August 15, 2013, by “timemachine2020”

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Japanese Govt Admits Several Hundred Tons of Radioactive Water Leaking Into The Ocean Everyday (#Fukushima)

IAEA Experts at Fukushima (02813336)

Image by IAEA Imagebank via Flickr

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Fukushima leaks: OLD problem finally addressed by media

rumorecurioso on Aug 15, 2013

Japan’s nuclear regulator warns of new leak

Japan’s nuclear regulator has warned that it has been struggling to contain a new leak at the Fukushima nuclear plant. An underground barrier fails to retain radioactive water and much of it could seep into the Pacific Ocean. Al Jazeera’s Dominic Kane reports.

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