Fukushima Bombshell: Exposes Cover-Up & US Navy Sailors Sickened By Radiation

Fox News has stepped up to the plate and out on a limb and dropped a Fukushima bombshell that should soon resonate around the world as the rest of the mainstream media realizes that they can no longer cover-up the true situation our world is now facing due to Fukushima.

fuked-us-navy-sailors-going-blind_small Fukushima Bombshell: Exposes Cover-Up & US Navy Sailors Sickened By Radiation

 Putting out a story called “Sickened by service: More US sailors claim cancer from helping at Fukushima”,a story exposed by alternative news outlets over a week ago, Fox concludes their report by stating:  

“They knew there was an active meltdown and they deliberately hid it from the public as well as the Navy, those sailors went in there totally unaware and they were contaminated as a result.”

The newly released videos below help to paint the true picture at Fukushima. First, from ENENews on the Fox News report.:

Fox News: “So many US sailors coming forward” with symptoms after mission near Fukushima; “Strange lumps all over… he’d been poisoned with radiation”; Hemorrhaging, cancers, leukemia, tumors — Another 50 service members may join lawsuit

Fox News, Dec. 20, 2013: [Months after 3/11], while still serving aboard the [USS Ronald Reagan] aircraft carrier, [Quartermaster Maurice Enis] began to notice strange lumps all over his body. Testing revealed he’d been poisoned with radiation, and his illness would get worse. And his fiance and fellow Reagan quartermaster, Jamie Plym […] also began to develop frightening symptoms, including chronic bronchitis and hemorrhaging.

They and 49 other U.S. Navy members who served aboard the Reagan and sister ship the USS Essex [report] illnesses including thyroid and testicular cancers, leukemia and brain tumors […] [They] wonder if their service to their country and to Japan has left them doomed. […] the number of plaintives has more than quadrupled [from the initial dozen] as more service members come forward with radiation-related illnesses, [attorney Charles Bonner] said.

 Nathan Piekutoski, 22, who served aboard the USS Essex […]i says he suffered from leukemia […] “Within a few months I started getting all these weird symptoms” […] Plym says she is prepared to have her symptoms question in court […] with so many U.S. sailors coming forward, she believes justice will prevail.