It’s here, Fukushima Diary. The US press is busy with who’s boinking who and the
budget deadline fiscal cliff. The daily life and future prospects of people living in the vicinity of the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown are not in the headlines.
The government of Japan has no incentive to look for trouble.
So it’s up to citizen journalists, armed with mail-order Geiger Counters and the internet, to ask the questions. Until the people closest to responsibility and power come out with honest answers, I’ll trust this source.