UPDATED: Attorney Says Cancer Cases Aboard U.S.S. Ronald Reagan Shooting Through the Roof

Updated 16 weeks ago Special to HuntingtonNews.Net

UPDATED: A federal judge in San Diego dismissed the suit on jurisdictional grounds involving jurisdiction over the Japanese utility that owns the nuclear plant. Attorneys plan to refile an amended complaint on or about Jan. 6.

Cancer cases increase among U.S. Navy sailors who were on board the U.S.S. Ronald Reagan which assisted the Japanese immediately following the Fukushima disaster. Here, Charles Bonner , one of their team of attorneys who is suing TEPCO, discusses the case.

Video courtesy of Nuclear Hotseat.

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Attorney Charles Bonner, one of the team representing sailors from the USS Ronald Reagan in their lawsuit against TEPCO for the health damages they sustained from Fukushima radiation during Operation Tomadachi, the humanitarian aid mission to Japan immediately after the March 11, 2011 earthquake and tsunami.  - See more at: http://www.nuclearhotseat.com/nuclear-hotseat-129-us-sailors-vs-tepco-attorney-charles-bonner/#sthash.GoPIudF1.dpuf
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