Fox News has removed its report on a 48% rise in infant mortality in Pennsylvania relating to Fukushima nuclear event, as reported by radiation expert, Joseph Mangano. This article removal is leading some people to attribute the media act to the ongoing cover-up of Fukushima’s lethality that experts have said was happening and placing Americans at risk since first days of the Japanese event. Radiation specialists have stated that leaders have lied to the public during previous nuclear events, only to reverse positions later when research proved injuries and deaths caused by radiation.
As evidenced in the still online Youtube video, “IS IODINE-131 KILLING BABIES IN PHILADELPHIA? – INFANT DEATHS UP 48% SINCE REACTOR 3 EXPLOSION” based on the FOX News report, “Is Iodine-131 Killing Babies In Philly?,” Joseph Mangano, executive director of Radiation and Public Health Project recently stated that the death rate among babies is up 48 percent since Iodine-131 was found in Philadelphia’s drinking water after the Fukushima nuclear power plant meltdowns began.
Mangano, who had previously highlighted in an Examiner interview that baby deaths have increased 35% in northwest United States since the Fukushima nuclear event began, said this week that this radiation combined with higher levels of iodine that the EPAQ found in Philadelphia’s water two months ago might be killing young babies.
‘Noise Attack’ Courtesy of Kevin MacLeod uploaded a video on Youtube, “* MEDIA FAIL * – FOX REMOVES STORY – IS IODINE-131 KILLING BABIES IN PHILADELPHIA.
On March 27, Dupré reported that radiation experts were publicly stating to government and media, “Stop lying about Fukushima fallout.”
Japan’s Fukushima nuclear radiation has been found in the drinking water in 14 US cities.
Quick to condemn the messenger, however, are people leaving comments below Dupré’s articles, mainly targeting her and Mangano. (See comments following the article, “Am women pay highest price for Fukushima cover-up: 35% more dead babies.”
On Thursday, when discussing the raw nerve hit by reporting Fukushima radiation related facts and that readers have left discrediting comments about the Mangano and Sherman research below the Examiner article about it, Mangano stated to Dupré what he detailed in the interview with him, “Remember that all through the atomic era, we’ve had leaders lie to us on low dose radiation effects, only to reverse their position later.”
Note: Comments have been mysteriously removed from below the article about the Examiner interview with Joseph Mangano. Comments that are questioning the science reported by Mangano and Sherman remain under the article. Comments missing are those made by Mangano, replies to people questioning the report cited in the article . This matter is under investigation and will be reported as soon as possible.
Deborah Dupré welcomes emails at [email protected] and urges readers to leave comments below the article about 8 signs of radiation sickness. Remaining in the dark about these signs, or in denial, hurts more than self. Honestly sharing accounts for the common good could save suffering, indeed lives.