As the 2020 “Atomic Olympics” Approaches

An Update from Murata-san

Release of Fukushima Radioactive Waste Water Planned?

Mitsuhei Murata  –  Mon, Sep 9, 2019

Dear Fucetola-san,

It is known that the IAEA tacitly approves the release. [See my note below — RF]

I was interviewed by a monthly magazine last week and was asked if President Thomas Bach knew about

radioactive dangers in Fukushima. I cited Dr.Helen Caldicot’s letter addressed to him in 2011 asking for protecting children and women.

A weekly magazine also interviewed me last week and asked my point of view on the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020.

I will keep you in touch.

Best regards,



From:  Ralph Fucetola JD  –  Sep 8, 2019

To:  Murata-san

From Zero Hedge:

“South Korea has fired off a letter to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to express concerns over a Japanese plan to release radioactive water into the ocean which has been collected since the 2011 nuclear disaster, according to NKH.

An official of South Korea’s science ministry said on Thursday said that the letter expresses the country’s serious concerns about the environment impact of such a release. The official also said South Korea asked the international nuclear watchdog to play a more active role on the issue.

Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), which operates the plant, is storing over 1.12 million tons of radioactive water on site, which is slated to reach capacity in 2022. The contaminated water has been treated using a system known as ALPS (multi-nuclide removal system), which removes 62 types of radioactive elements – not including tritium, before being stored stored in massive tanks on the Fukushima Daiichi grounds…”



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