On the Project Censored Show on Pacifica Radio March 7 Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips review the continuing health dangers from Fukushima on the third anniversary of that calamitous event. They begin the show in discussion about how the crew of the USS Ronald Reagan and other US ships were exposed to radiation from the Fukushima plant during their tsunami rescue mission three years ago. They talk to US naval officer Lt Steve Simmons regarding the health impacts he has suffered after being exposed to radiation fallout from the Fukushima plant. They also interview attorneys Charles Bonner and Paul C. Garner regrading a class action lawsuit they are bringing against the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) in Japan on behalf of navy personnel exposed to the radiation. Also on the show are Mary Beth Bragdon of the Ecological Options Network on health and environmental issues relating to Fukushima, and nuclear engineer Arnie Gundersen on the ongoing dangers of nuclear power. They close the program with activist Robert Manning regarding solutions and actions around this third anniversary (3/11) of the Fukushima disaster.
Listen here: US naval officer Lt Steve Simmons