The Helen Caldicott Foundation | District Court Dismisses Lawsuit from Family of Worker Who Died At #Fukushima NPP, “No Evidence TEPCO Was Supervising the Work”
2381
single,single-post,postid-2381,single-format-standard,ajax_updown_fade,page_not_loaded

District Court Dismisses Lawsuit from Family of Worker Who Died At #Fukushima NPP, “No Evidence TEPCO Was Supervising the Work”

District Court Dismisses Lawsuit from Family of Worker Who Died At #Fukushima NPP, “No Evidence TEPCO Was Supervising the Work”

Posted by Admin in Articles, Fukushima

Ex-SKF Blogspot / 25 December, 2014

District Court Dismisses Lawsuit from Family of Worker Who Died At #Fukushima NPP, “No Evidence TEPCO Was Supervising the Work”

and therefore is not responsible for the worker’s death.

Then who was supposed to be supervising the work?

The deceased worker himself?

Is the judge saying the worker was working at Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant in May of 2011 just because he felt like it?

The judge also exonerates four layers of subcontractors likewise, and adds that the plant operator (TEPCO) and main contractors do not have obligation to ensure worker safety.

Who was supposed to ensure safety, then?

The deceased worker himself?

Japan’s judiciary is notorious for overwhelmingly siding with the authority and large corporations, but this seems to be going overboard.

Read full post here

27 Dec 2014 no comments

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.