5. Fifth, the material drops in the form of rain and enters the food and water supply of the local population (Testimony of Charles Bert Schrieber).
6. Sixth, reports from the Navy indicated that they had full knowledge and did not warn or help the local population, this behavior compromises the integrity of the military forces that were put here to protect the very people that they were harming
(Nuclear Agency Report on the Bravo Test Describing the Blast and Subsequent Fallout, and Testimony of Charles Bert Schreiber).
7. Seventh, ships present during the nuclear testing were decontaminated in Guam harbors with acidic detergents and the runoff from these operations went directly in to our local fishing and reef environments (Operation Crossroads, 1946 United States Atmospheric Nuclear Weapons Tests Nuclear Test Personnel Review).
8. Eighth, the U.S. Navy preformed radio ecological studies on the
surface water in and around Guam and found a major peak of radioactive contamination in 1959. (University of Washington’s Radio Ecological Studies in the Marshall Islands, 1946-1977 Lauren R. Donaldson, Allyn H. Seymour, and Ahmad E. Nevissi) All of these findings are explained in greater detail, it is important to note that the information taken as a whole paints a picture of a catastrophic environmental abuse on Guam and the surrounding region.
Authored by Charles L. S. Briscoe
Edited by William M. Castro
Consulted by Robert N. Celestial
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