Local TV: People came home to find animals with eyes burned out after TMI evacuation (VIDEO & PHOTOS)

Published: February 2nd, 2012 at 9:45 am ET
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Title: Green Time: Challenging Nuclear Power
Source: KDHX
Upload Date: Jan 26, 2012

[…] discussion with renowned nuclear activist Kay Drey of Beyond Nuclear. Video discusses the history and present issues associated with nuclear power and nuclear power politics in the wake of the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

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Published: February 2nd, 2012 at 9:45 am ET
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9 comments to Local TV: People came home to find animals with eyes burned out after TMI evacuation (VIDEO & PHOTOS)

  • arclight arclight

    kay dray

    what a great anti nuclear spokesperson!!

    thanks for posting admin..

    heartbreaking that she is given no air time!

  • tjharleycjmp

    Is this the canary in the coal mine for mainstream media? naaaaawww, they have better things to cover.

    Political sex scandal anyone?

  • truthseek truthseek

    – – DING – – such the case…

  • StillJill StillJill

    Well, judging from that cow,……wait for it,….two heads may NOT be better than one after all. (Sorry cow,….you were murdered before you were born,….and I simply couldn’t resist!)

  • Posted last week in Discussion thread:
    Thanks for front page Admin.

  • arclight arclight

    veritble whos who of the antinuke lobby here…

    great info about reactors regularly spewing forth their bounty too!!

    RE: EIA 12/12/20/944 – ESKOM NUCLEAR POWER STATION AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE
    SCOPING PHASE QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS

    “Kay Drey serves on the board of directors of Beyond Nuclear at NPRI. She has worked for 30 years as an
    advocate for the protection of the general public, workers and the environment from the hazards of nuclear
    power and radioactive waste. In 1996 she chaired a statewide campaign in Missouri, her home state, that
    prevented electric utilities from charging ratepayers for construction costs of power plants prior to their
    completion and that led to the cancellation of a nuclear reactor then under construction. She also led the
    successful campaign against the construction of a permanent disposal bunker at the St. Louis Airport for
    uranium and thorium wastes generated during the production of atomic weapons in the 1940s and ‘50s.
    Through litigation, she helped achieve stricter monitoring controls over releases of radioactive waste into the
    Missouri River from the Callaway nuclear plant as part of its routine operation. Mrs. Drey conducts research
    and has collected materials on a broad range of environmental issues, maintaining a library that is used by the
    media, government officials and members of the public. Tel: 314.725.7676.”

    http://www.projects.gibb.co.za/Portals/3/projects/201002%20Nuclear%201/Appendix%20D%20Public%20Participation/App%20D8/Submission%20M%20KROG.pdf

  • milk and cheese milk and cheese

    One of my friends and his wife were in Harrisburg on the day the city was evacuated for TMI.
    The wife is still alive, but the husband died of lymphatic cancer about four years after the disaster.
    He literally fell apart.
    I have never believed that ‘no one died’ as a result of this horror.