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U.S. Sailors Sue Japan Over Fukushima, Wednesday, December 26, 2012

 
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By ELIZABETH WARMERDAM
SAN DIEGO (CN) - The Fukushima nuclear disaster exposed Navy rescue workers to dangerous levels of radiation, which the government-owned power plant covered up, eight U.S. sailors claim in court.
Eight crew members of the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan, whose home port is San Diego, sued the Tokyo Electric Power Co. in Federal Court.
They claim the utility company, "a wholly owned public benefit subsidiary of the government of Japan," misrepresented radiation levels to lull the U.S. Navy "into a false sense of security."
Lead plaintiff Lindsay R. Cooper claims Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) intentionally concealed the dangerous levels of radiation in the environment from U.S. Navy rescue crews working off the coast of Japan after the March 10, 2011 earthquake and tsunami set off the nuclear disaster.
"TEPCO pursued a policy to cause rescuers, including the plaintiffs, to rush into an unsafe area which was too close to the FNPP [Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant] that had been damaged. Relying upon the misrepresentations regarding health and safety made by TEPCO ... the U.S. Navy was lulled into a false sense of security," the complaint states.......

.............. They are seeking $10 million in compensatory damages and $30 million in punitive damages for fraud, negligence, strict liability, failure to warn, public and private nuisance, and defective design. They also want TEPCO ordered to establish a fund of $100 million to pay for their medical expenses. They are represented by Paul Garner.
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let's see how this plays out......

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Good freaking criminals!
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Good freaking criminals!
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i love the bit i bolded as to what damages they are seeking... might get some US navy investigation into it now... imagine what they could disclose!....
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Interestingly ludicrous in a way, when one considers how the US Navy murdered US soldiers by exposing them directly to nuclear bombs exploded in the Pacific, almost 100% of the test victims dying within 20 years of cancers and complications, and that was twice the number of US citizens they murdered with that kind of testing as were killed in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

I doubt the case will make it, but if they can win in this case, and yet the Japanese citizens affected by Fukushima can't be properly compensated....

I predict however that the medical effects of fallout from Fukushima will take 10 to 20 years to yield real hard evidence, but when it does North America will weigh heavily in that evidence too.

But we the public do not even have much of a clue about the epidemiological effects now because the World Health Organization has classified all this information as secret since Fukushima.

It may take efforts of individuals, especially doctors to provide their own studies if the governments decide to maintain information secret.

The toll would have to get statistically pretty ugly, like 50% noticeable effects, before a population of sheep with blinders on might start to take notice. And then you know how people are about things that happened decades ago anyhow. There is usually no guilt or responsibility then.

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Ridiculous!!!... since they were aboard a US Navy ship they have to sue the Navy... then the Navy can sue TEPCO but I doubt they will...
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Ridiculous!!!... since they were aboard a US Navy ship they have to sue the Navy... then the Navy can sue TEPCO but I doubt they will...
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"TEPCO pursued a policy to cause rescuers, including the plaintiffs, to rush into an unsafe area which was too close to the FNPP [Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant] that had been damaged. Relying upon the misrepresentations regarding health and safety made by TEPCO ... the U.S. Navy was lulled into a false sense of security," the complaint states.......
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let's see how this plays out......

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japandrum Oh yea, Japanese courts are a slam dunk. LOL
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I think the US Navy would be monitoring the radiation levels.
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Activists Claim 14,000 US Deaths Linked to Radiation Leaks at Damaged Fukushima Nuclear Reactor in Japan.

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When they rushed the USS Ronald Regan in there I thought sht, they just had a nuclear incident of unknown severity, and they are putting this ship right in harms way, what are they trying to do? Kill them?
I hope they win their lawsuit, but what idiot aboard that ship obeyed orders and sent all those sailors to an early grave?

A chemical spill on the highway will re-route, shut down all lanes in both directions, and cleanup crews are suited up, and a van is usually brought in to monitor the hazard, and an amubulance is on standby if something goes wrong. Soil is removed, ditches are pumped out. Standard routine

And not one person thought for a moment, that several nuclear plants were on fire, fallen, underwater, leaking, power off, no backup power yet?

I hope they win their lawsuit and I hope they win every dime. A road crew in the US won't go near an overturned tanker until the danger is identified first - skills they have from common sense alone
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Good freaking criminals!
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i love the bit i bolded as to what damages they are seeking... might get some US navy investigation into it now... imagine what they could disclose!....
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The case will be held up and delayed by lawyers until all the plaintiffs have died.
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Calm down fear mongers,

n March 2011, the USS Ronald Reagan participated in Operation Tomodachi, an American military effort to provide aid and assistance to Japanese tsunami victims. The aircraft carrier, which was equipped with advanced radiation detection devices, kept a safe distance from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. At one point, the media reported that the ship had been exposed to a tiny and non-dangerous amount of radiation:

“The maximum potential radiation dose received by any ship’s force personnel aboard the ship when it passed through the area was less than the radiation exposure received from about one month of exposure to natural background radiation from sources such as rocks, soil, and the sun.”

The ship was apparently about 100 miles away from the plant, way beyond the evacuation distances recommended by both the Japanese government and U.S. government.

But that has not stopped some people from concluding that the sailors aboard the Ronald Reagan were exposed to horribly dangerous levels of radiation. Ever since 3/11, anti-nuclear activists have flooded the internet with scaremongering stories that insist, without evidence, that people hundreds or even thousands of miles away from Fukushima suffered from dangerous exposure to radiation from the nuclear accident. It would appear that 8 of the 5,5000 sailors who served on that ship believe the hype. They are suing TEPCO because it allegedly hid the danger from them:

“According to then-existing data uniquely known to the defendant at the time, the plaintiffs’ consequent exposure to radiation within their zone of operation, then indicated that radiation levels had already reached levels exceeding the levels of exposure to which those living the same distance from Chernobyl experienced who subsequently developed cancer,” the complaint states.
“Consequently, the potential for the development of cancer in the plaintiffs has also been enhanced due to the levels of exposure experienced by them during ‘Operation Tomadachi.’”
The sailors say they “face additional and irreparable harm to their life expectancy, which has been shortened and cannot be restored to its prior condition.”

And what should TEPCO do to make things better? Give the eight sailors millions of dollars, of course!

They are seeking $10 million in compensatory damages and $30 million in punitive damages for fraud, negligence, strict liability, failure to warn, public and private nuisance, and defective design. They also want TEPCO ordered to establish a fund of $100 million to pay for their medical expenses.
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Waiting for lawsuits relating to tsunami debris "attacking" America.
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When they rushed the USS Ronald Regan in there I thought sht, they just had a nuclear incident of unknown severity, and they are putting this ship right in harms way, what are they trying to do? Kill them?
I hope they win their lawsuit, but what idiot aboard that ship obeyed orders and sent all those sailors to an early grave?

A chemical spill on the highway will re-route, shut down all lanes in both directions, and cleanup crews are suited up, and a van is usually brought in to monitor the hazard, and an amubulance is on standby if something goes wrong. Soil is removed, ditches are pumped out. Standard routine

And not one person thought for a moment, that several nuclear plants were on fire, fallen, underwater, leaking, power off, no backup power yet?

I hope they win their lawsuit and I hope they win every dime. A road crew in the US won't go near an overturned tanker until the danger is identified first - skills they have from common sense alone
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EXACTLY!!!! (which is why i started following the incident)...

I still have a spare hazmat suit i kept as a keepsake... I was working with a D. Tame who was the head of Pandamic Control in Western Australia and Dr J. Hendricks (who travelled to Tokyo during the crisis).... and indeed.. what we saw as a response was totally haphazard, or they are hiding much.....
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Link? Once again you sign on to respond to one Fukushima thread.

The Pentagon was expected to announce that the aircraft carrier Ronald Reagan, which is sailing in the Pacific, passed through a radioactive cloud from stricken nuclear reactors in Japan, causing crew members on deck to receive a month’s worth of radiation in about an hour, government officials said Sunday.

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Navy sailors scrub aircraft carrier to remove radiation

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Calm down fear mongers,
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That's right... nothing happened.....

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^^^this ^^^^
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Waiting for lawsuits relating to tsunami debris "attacking" America.
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damn right.. your crap.. your cleanup.. common sense really... it's not in japan.. so they CAN TEST IT.... anything with radioactivity.. no problem... they'll send it back so you can incenerate it... ;) (safely, your government says)...

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The V.A. has specialized compensation for those afflicted by any nuclear program or those exposed. Look it up at va.gov
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Fukushima Part II? Tokyo to begin burning massive amounts of radioactive waste from disaster area — Burns will continue for at least 2.5 years, until March 2014 (VIDEO)

[...] Tokyo decided to process rubble from disaster-hit areas after detecting only 133 becquerels of radioactive cesium per kilogram of ash generated after rubble was incinerated [...]

[D]ue to radiation fears, little progress has been made in efforts to dispose of such waste. [...]

The metropolitan government intends to transport approximately 500,000 metric tons of rubble to facilities in the capital and dispose of them over a 2 1/2-year period from this coming October to March 2014. [...]

The waste will be separate into burnable and unburnable items. Burnable waste will be incinerated [...]

Tokyo Metropolitan Government will regularly measure the amount of radiation in the incinerated ash [...]

[link to mdn.mainichi.jp]
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Thread: Fukushima Part II? Tokyo to begin burning massive amounts of radioactive waste from disaster area — Burns will continue until 2014
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damn right.. your crap.. your cleanup.. common sense really... it's not in japan.. so they CAN TEST IT.... anything with radioactivity.. no problem... they'll send it back so you can incenerate it... ;) (safely, your government says)...
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your an asshole.
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damn right.. your crap.. your cleanup.. common sense really... it's not in japan.. so they CAN TEST IT.... anything with radioactivity.. no problem... they'll send it back so you can incenerate it... ;) (safely, your government says)...
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your an asshole.
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yes, yes you are......

btw (not nearly a grammarterd but)[you are.... you're...] dipshit... support a pro-nuclear gubernment.. lying the people to their graves and PUBLIC Tepco utility.... moran....... again support them?... then go help clean up.....
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Oh hoho, our Citizen is running hot
and a Melt Down will follow!

You need a Diaper like Fuko-Boy
or Chernobyl-San, don't become smelly!
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By ELIZABETH WARMERDAM
SAN DIEGO (CN) - The Fukushima nuclear disaster exposed Navy rescue workers to dangerous levels of radiation, which the government-owned power plant covered up, eight U.S. sailors claim in court.
Eight crew members of the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan, whose home port is San Diego, sued the Tokyo Electric Power Co. in Federal Court.
They claim the utility company, "a wholly owned public benefit subsidiary of the government of Japan," misrepresented radiation levels to lull the U.S. Navy "into a false sense of security."
Lead plaintiff Lindsay R. Cooper claims Tokyo Electric (TEPCO) intentionally concealed the dangerous levels of radiation in the environment from U.S. Navy rescue crews working off the coast of Japan after the March 10, 2011 earthquake and tsunami set off the nuclear disaster.
"TEPCO pursued a policy to cause rescuers, including the plaintiffs, to rush into an unsafe area which was too close to the FNPP [Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant] that had been damaged. Relying upon the misrepresentations regarding health and safety made by TEPCO ... the U.S. Navy was lulled into a false sense of security," the complaint states.......

.............. They are seeking $10 million in compensatory damages and $30 million in punitive damages for fraud, negligence, strict liability, failure to warn, public and private nuisance, and defective design. They also want TEPCO ordered to establish a fund of $100 million to pay for their medical expenses. They are represented by Paul Garner.
<end snip>

let's see how this plays out......

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JP FLAGS... bite some dirt... ;)... and have a nice day....
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