posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 04:39 PM
reply to post by MonkeyWrench30
i can totaly see this happening
but clarification please..."A cousin within my extended family was on a US Naval Ship that entered into the mess in Japan to help save people who
were stranded from the tsunami and clear out some of the initial debris. Him a long with 30 others were sent home almost immediately because of an
instant illness that has caused them to continuously vomit, have blood coming out of their ears, and he has lost 25lbs in a matter of days. They were
all diagnosed with radiation poisoning and are back in the states in hospitals near their hometowns"
and "As soon as i get more info i will definitely post....the only info i was prive to was that he was one of the first responders on a US Naval Ship
that happened to be in the vicinity when the tsunami hit. He was literally there as soon as the afterwash swept away"
and "They were the first responders to an area that was within 150 ft of one of the nuclear plants. Some of the infected members on board are
experiencing heavy vomiting, some are bleeding from the ears, others have lost weight from ranges of 10lbs to 25lbs in the last few days. When asked
if he was going to be sent anywhere or taken to a medical facility the response my uncle got was " We were told to remain in this room and when they
are ready to do something with us they will let us know". "
wierd for people under quarintine.. "There are a few computers within the room they are locked in and people in the room are emailing family
i understand in the wanting to hurry up and get the story out, that the first info is not always on spot. but also understand the skepticism with the
story as laid out. maybe wait a bit longer before posting next....