Journalist: Iwakami Yasumi
Man being interviewed: Mr. Sakuma, a Fukushima citizen who runs motorcycle shop. He has 30 million yen bank loan, which forced him to come back to Fukushima.
Date filmed: Oct. 21, 2011
- A 21 years old Fukushima worker died of cardiac trouble. It is not reported and police don’t perform an autopsy. He worked at the Fukushima plant from March to July.
- They say those disposable workers were forced to work in those situations, held captive until they die, and then marked as “missing”.
- Police that guard within the 20km evacuation zone are not informed of the radiation level (about 100 microSv/h when Mr. Sakuma and his friend visited) and a lot of police are dead, but it is not reported either.
Published: October 25th, 2011 at 11:26 am ET
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