Fukushima Responders Starting To Get Sick

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“Within weeks of setting off a geiger counter and scrubbing three layers of skin off his hands and arms, former Navy quartermaster Maurice Enis recalled being pressured to sign away U.S. government liability for any future health problems.

Enis and about 5,000 fellow sailors aboard the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier had finally left Japan, after 80-some days aiding victims of the March 11, 2011, Fukushima earthquake and tsunami, and were about to take a long-awaited port call in Thailand.”

Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/11/fukushima-navy-health-problems_n_2855529.html

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  1. @ Celebrindan- It’s my understanding that they were told there was no radiation leaking to be concerned about so no need to don protective suits. That is one of the points of the lawsuit: that Japanese officials withheld the truth about how bad it actually was so it exposed these Navy personnel to the radiation. I’m sure they would have taken precautions if they had been told the truth.

  2. Those soldiers cleaning up with the brooms and mops, were i their own personal uniforms, not in protective suits that would be destroyed or disposed of after the event.

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