Intentional sabotage believed to have disrupted decontamination at Fukushima plant

The story that may kill you…..


Ethan A. Huff
Natural News


The recent mysterious dumping of more than 200 tons of radioactive water into the basement of a building at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan has some crying “foul play.” New reports suggest that international sabotage may be to blame for the “accidental” spillage, which is prompting calls for new security measures to be implemented at the stricken facility.

The plant’s operator told NHK World that the dumping resulted from an alleged “mix-up over switches,” which apparently sent the water into the wrong building. Normally, contaminated water at Fukushima is transferred to a special storage container prior to being delivered to a decontamination facility. But in this instance, the water was pumped into an open basement instead.

The Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which owns the Fukushima plant, says it is currently investigating the situation to see what went wrong. Company spokesmen told…

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