Nuclear Radiation Leak Coverup Surfac...

Nuclear Radiation Leak Coverup Surfaces as REAL, Palisades Plant closes again

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Diamond C

United States

#1 Jun 14, 2012
"Palisades Plant closes again after radiation leak"
The dangerously high radiation detected throughout NW Indiana, Illinois and Michigan detected a week ago turns out to be real after gov't denies radiation readings and the dangerous levels were a equipment error.
google "Indiana Michigan Border Radiation Palisades"
Extremely high level of radiation were recorded since the 7th of this month. Normal reading are from 16 -60 units, spikes of consistent readings over 7000 were recorded. A level of 100 is required for warning measures. Who do you trust, its no secret but the gov'e will try to make it one at your health expense.

United States

#2 Jun 16, 2012
1 in 1000 about will experience cancer 50 mmiles away in South Bend, what were the readings closer?
In S.B. everyone got about 3 or so years normal radiation in a few days.

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