An unusually mega-high amount of radiation readings--1400%! of normal-- turned up on a SF beach the other day and
not one media outlet here bothered to mention it, let alone cover it. Except KRON.
From Alex Jones Infowars:
Following reports of abnormally high radiation readings on a beach in San Francisco, experts have discovered radiation hot spots measuring 1,400 per cent above normal background levels, although they are keen to stress there is no link to Fukushima.
Forget for a moment whether or not these findings have validity or not and whether there's a Fukushima connection, although you'd be hard pressed to feel otherwise. Officials say there's nothing to it.
The fact that Bay Area media outlets have chosen to ignore this boggles the mind. We're talking about something profoundly disturbing. We're talking about the idea of a potentially very dangerous development involving public safety and potential dire medical direct evidence yet our local media is mired in their usual minutiae.
Where's the outrage? Where's our so-called Investigative Team Supreme over at NBC Bay Area or KTVU's "2 Investigates?" C'mon guys, you want real investigative reporting, this is it. This involves a region with 7 million people! The fact that we haven't seen any reporting is absurd and troubling not to mention laughable if it weren't so serious.
We're not going to ignore this and we intend to follow up in a future media endeavor --stay tuned.
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