Japan imperiled nuclear evacuees by hiding radiation data 

WHAT: Two months after the residents of Namie, Japan, evacuated away from the nearby Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant disaster, they learned a government computer system had shown they were moving directly into the most-radioactive location.

WHY IT’S OUTRAGEOUS: The Namie scandal is only the newest exposé of the Japanese government’s pattern of endangering its people by covering up the severity of the tsunami-triggered nuclear power plant leaks.

WHAT’S HAPPENING NEXT: Public anger is exploding as the Japanese people discover more about what the authorities did to downplay the full spread of the Fukushima radiation and its potential health dangers.

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