[ RadSafe ] Legal Complaint of Navy Sailors
ahmadalanimail at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 30 14:19:12 CST 2012
Well said Ted. Add to that the fact that this lawyer is not applying for a research grant, he is collecting money, hence there is no doubt that he have all the necessary clues for that. TEPCO might very well make his mission a lot easier and pay to avoid the PR nightmare.
> From: Ted de Castro <tdc at xrayted.com>
>To: The International Radiation Protection (Health Physics) Mailing List <radsafe at health.phys.iit.edu>
>Cc: Roger Helbig <rwhelbig at gmail.com>
>Sent: Sunday, December 30, 2012 9:42 PM
>Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Legal Complaint of Navy Sailors
>He doesn't have to convince the HPS - just 12 people who couldn't figure
>a way out of jury duty and are used to making decisions based on sound
>bites and knee jerk emotional reactions!
>As little as he knows - The jurors will know far less - and any
>potential juror who shows any hint of knowing anything more and/or not
>fitting the profile above - will be rejected.
>In other words - looks like his case/arguments are right on track - he
>seems to know what he's doing.
>On 12/30/2012 2:16 AM, Roger Helbig wrote:
>> The lawyer could use a lot more education. In addition to citing such
>> eminent experts as Ernest Sternglass and Arnold Gundersen and using
>> ENENews as if it were a peer reviewed scientific publication instead
>> of an on-line anti-nuclear screed, he makes the following statement on
>> page 8 of the complaint:
>> "39. Radiation does not readily break down and biodegrade in the
>> ground or water or apparatus exposed to it. Research now shows that
>> it will persist in the environment for decades, since it has a
>> half-life in excess of 77 years, far longer than the life expectancy
>> of humans exposed to it."
>> This makes it pretty clear that this hot shot lawyer does not have a
>> clue what he is talking about.
>> Roger Helbig
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