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Trinity site will be open to the public this coming week April 2014, while there was just recorded activity of the large explosion and plume that originated in that area which the military is denying that they know what recently took place. It will be within 2 weeks of that event taking place. Without any agency admitting what just occurred, it seems that the public shouldn't be invited to those grounds.


Citizens impacted by radiation from New Mexico radiation tests continue to be strung along without compensation while many continue to die off with some families already completely gone in parts of New Mexico according to reports at related conferences. The CDC study took 10 years and having read it provided basically nothing. A bunch of pages lacking substance as to the real affects to the innocent people who were affected. Now another study regarding the Trinity children and what they consumed. The study has to be done on the children, because most of their parents are dead and gone already and the children are now about 70 or older if they are still alive. I have met some of them. It appears these studies aren't for the benefit of the affected people, but for study purposes that benefit the scientists, while the injustice continues as many New Mexican people continue to be affected by radiation from NM tests and the resuspension of contaminated dust that blows regularly and now NM has the WIPP situation that will add to the problems where this issue is concerned.

Brian Carrigan

They've been doing dose reconstructions on nuclear weapons workers for over a decade. Surprising they are just getting started now on the residents of the Trinity Site. Are they planning on any kind of compensation? Here's a link about the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Program where dose reconstructions are done on weapons workers. http://bit.ly/1due2hN

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