Photos: Adults volunteer Japanese students “for decontamination in contaminated area” — Mounds of disaster debris

Published: September 20th, 2012 at 12:42 pm ET
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See also: 33 high school students from Tochigi worked to sort disaster debris in Miyagi

On 9/8/2012, 33 high school students from Nikko Tochigi visited Higashi matsushima city Miyagi to work for sorting disaster debris. [...] It was the first attempt to send high school student to send to work for the debris. The students were taken pictures of with smile.

http://www.shimotsuke.co.jp/town/region/north/nikko/news/20120918/878401

Higashimatsushima is about 70 miles north of Fukushima Daiichi, near Sendai.

Published: September 20th, 2012 at 12:42 pm ET
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20 comments to Photos: Adults volunteer Japanese students “for decontamination in contaminated area” — Mounds of disaster debris

  • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

    At this point, the names and occupations of all those responsible should be compiled, for use in human rights trials…


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    • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

      I have been thinking the same thing, maybe working with C.A.N. for a most wanted list..or something.. for crimes against humanity, and all living organisms on Planet Earth.

      I think dart board..


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      • AFTERSHOCK AFTERSHOCK

        It has to be right. A list of impartial witnesses and traceable reports/documentation is required. If prosecutions are to hold-up in a court of international law, every effort must be made to ensure that evidence is unimpeachable. Now would be the time for someone out here to contact a known and credible war-crimes investigator for advice. They'll know what's needed. Next, you have to find some contacts in each of the countries (not just Japan) that can help in confirming reports and compiling this evidence. Again…it must be done by the book…


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      • Cataclysmic Cataclysmic

        Global Nuke-Liar Awards 2012
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    • Maggie123

      @AFTERSHOCK, Cataclysmic, … Greg Palast popped to mind. Checked his website – he's done some work on Fukushima but is a very busy guy, given the conditions of our politics and world. He needs the equivalent of a "Nader's Raiders" auxiliary.

      Palast: http://www.gregpalast.com/


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  • richard richard

    the japanese.guv were fans of sweat camps in wwII, i guess they just can't shake that concept. since they don't have their hands on some ethnicity, they choose to enslave the children and exploit them, like it's some kind of war time.

    seriously, this would not be legal in my nation, nor would it be accepted. it's abhorant. even for adults.

    even if adults were to be sent in to do the work, they'd be in full hazmat attire and be provided with mobile showers etc.

    woeful.


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  • haizedustrium-1234 haizedustrium-1234

    Q? Why does de-commissioning take so long?
    A- Because the workers are dying and urinating blood.
    Q? Can't they pump all the water out and pump lots of oxygen in instead of nitrogen?
    A- The environment and others outside the plant will suffer, besides, there are too
    many fuel rods inside and some areas are already decontaminated.
    Q? Won't that cause a rapid burn of the material?
    A- Yes, they are burning nuclear waste anyway.
    Q? Is it safe and really necessary?
    A- If the building collapse or another strong earthquake comes, it might burn anyway.
    Q? Is it safe to leave things the way they are?
    A- No
    Q? Then why don't they do something now?
    A- Back to the first answer.


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  • dharmasyd dharmasyd

    Sick–Sick–Sick— For adults to supervise and photograph these teenagers cleaning nuke debris, all I can say is SICK!


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