posted on Sep, 22 2016 @ 03:45 PM
Did a search, didn't see this posted.
Saw an infomercial about a settlement reached for people who were impacted.
I checked out wikpedia, and it says there were two nuclear weapons plant fires, in '57 and '69. I'm not familiar with Colorado history, this should
be something everyone should know about, and the fact air, including the contaminants generally move east.
Property owners, including their heirs, can file a claim of property devaluation as long as the property was in their hands on June 7, 1989. That was
the day after the FBI raided the plant to look for environmental crimes.
What about people who weren't property owners, and came into contact with plutonium?
This is a crime against humanity, it affected way more people than property owners, the plant is less than 20 miles from Denver. Ongoing nuclear
pollution for years, I definitely didn't learn that in school.
It's no wonder thyroid cancer rates are sky-rocketing.
Anybody in the area have some information about this nuclear disaster, or should I say crime?
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