A Former Judge who once Stopped a Nuclear Power Plant Slams Japanese Government's Policies on Radioactive Protection

A shot film made by the Fukushima Collective Evacuation Trial Team. Kenichi Ido is a former judge who once wrote an order to stop the operation of a nuclear power plant in 2008 due to the security concerns. After the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster, he became a lawyer to support the victimes of the disaster. Now, he supports the Fukushima Collective Evacuation Trial Team to demand the government to implement mandatory evacuation programmes for the sake of protecting the lives of the children.

 

The Fukushima Collective Evacuation Trial Team

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    Roy Moneyhun (Thursday, 13 June 2013 22:59)

    I am a former JET (Mie-ken, '96-'98). I want to help. I am currently working on a project called Tohoku Forward (www.tohokuforward.org). I have access to all JET alumni, especially American JET alumni. I would like Tohoku Forward to become a home-stay project for American JET alumni. I want to begin communicating with someone in Tohoku who can help us make this a reality. My return email address is roy@tohokuforward.org. Thank you.