NBC Interview: Please stop this inhuman treatment for the people living in Fukushima

Sad plea for help on behalf of the people in Fukushima living under the cloud of nuclear fallout denial begging the government to stop their inhumane treatment.

Video Description From MSNBC

The Fallout: TEPCO: ‘We are very sorry’

The area surrounding the Fukushima Daiichi plant is a hotspot of radiation nearly a year after the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) plant suffered a triple meltdown in the wake of the powerful earthquake and tsunami that ravaged Japan.

TEPCO Communications Manager Hiro Hasegawa says the power company has been cleaning up radioactive waste and providing compensation to those who were affected by the disaster.

However, lawyer and activist Ito Kazuku says TEPCO’s compensation is not enough for the people who have lived in the exclusion zone.

Via Energy News:

Title: The Fallout: TEPCO: ‘We are very sorry’
Source: NBC
Date: March 7, 2012
NBC: Some say Chernobyl proved you can’t clean up radiation contamination. Once you create an exclusion zone it will remain closed for decades. […]

Tepco: What I can say now is we are very sorry […]

Lawyer Ito Kazuku: Please stop this kind of inhuman treatment for the people living in Fukushima [.]
Source: EneNews

Categories: ENVIRONMENT

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