TV: Very concerned about radioactive contamination on tsunami debris heading to U.S. and Canada — Floated through worst of Fukushima fallout — Will not wash off (VIDEO)
Title: “Fukushima: Two Years After” – VVH-TV News Special Report
Host: Karl Grossman, Chief Investigative Reporter
Date Published: Mar. 14, 2013
At 24:00 in
Lucas Hixson, Enformable.com: One of my main concerns then is with the tsunami debris.
Lucas Hixson interviewed at The Helen Caldicott Foundation’s Fukushima symposium earlier this week
You have top floating debris that is moving at a slow rate of speed across the ocean in the primary path of deposition where the most radioactive materials fallout.
Yet, even though these are ionized materials that are not going to be washed off by ocean wave activity, we have representatives and state officials here in the United States who are downplaying the potential contamination and radioactivity in the tsunami debris.
And that’s one thing we’re very concerned about.
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