TV: No doctor can explain what’s happening to Navy officer’s body — “I’m basically kind of deteriorating” after Fukushima radiation exposure — My leg is 17 centimeters smaller, same with my right arm — Radiation levels missing from medical records (VIDEO)

Thursday, April 17, 2014
By Paul Martin
April 17th, 2014

Ameera David, RT reporter, Apr. 13, 2014 (at 6:45 in): “For the last 3 years, former Navy officer Michael Sebourn has been perplexed by a health condition that no doctor can seemingly explain. Just 4 months after [Operation Tomodachi] Sebourn woke up and found that he could no longer push or pull with his right arm. And he would later find out that his arm had been quickly losing muscle mass. […] Doctors are still trying to diagnose Sebourn after more than a dozen medical visits and countless neurological exams.”

Interview with Michael Sebourn, a former US Navy officer responsible for measuring radiation exposure to equipment and US personnel, Apr. 13, 2014 (at 7:00 in): “Same with my right leg. My right leg is actually 17 centimeters smaller than my left leg. So I’m basically kind of deteriorating from the right side. They’re trying to figure out why that is. […] That was my job [to measure radiation levels]. So to say that it is normal day-to-day radiation is 100-percent bogus. […] A normal background radiation from the sun, the rocks … is about 15 to 30 CCPMs [Corrected Counts Per Minute.] At one point in Atsugi I was reading 300 to 400 CCPMs just in the air.”

Ameera David, RT reporter, Apr. 13, 2014 (at 11:45 in): “What happened was they told him we are going to log all of these measurements that you’re taking, we are going to log it, track it, and put it on your medical record — that way later if we find the exposure is abnormally high, we’ll take care of it. What happened is it did not go on the record. Those measurements are not found to this day, he has no idea what happened to them, he’s just kind of left out in the dark.”

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