Asahi TV: “There are much more shocking parts yet to be seen” in secret Fukushima footage (VIDEO)

Published: October 11th, 2012 at 12:08 am ET
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Asahi TV’s ‘Morning Bird’
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Speaker 1: And have you examined all of the 49 hours recording in order to make the list?

Speaker 2: Yes. We were only allowed to view 6 hours per day from 10 AM to 4 PM at TEPCO for a month. I commuted for two weeks, I didn’t even have a lunch and I listened and transcribed the contents. This is the transcription dictated by his team during the two weeks. This is it. Two days worth of accident record mounts up to this much paper. Indeed.

Speaker 1: You have seen other footages that haven’t been released.

Speaker 2:Yes.

Speaker 1: What’s your reflection?

Speaker 2: Actually, there are much more shocking parts. From the bottom of my heart, I deeply appreciate the restoration work carried out by the workers…

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Published: October 11th, 2012 at 12:08 am ET
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