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Thursday
May052011

"Tepco is a murderer...I have no more tears left to shed."

Tepco president Shimizu, center, and company executives bow to evacuees to apologize for the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. Koriyama evacuation center, Fukushima Prefecture, April 22, 2011. Photo by AFP, Getty.As reported by Reuters, those words came from an evacuee from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear catastrophe, as the head of Tokyo Electric Power Company sought his forgiveness. Eight of the evacuee's loved ones, including his 95 year old mother, had died in evacuation centers since the earthquake/tsunami/nuclear catastrophe triple blow began on Japan's northeast coast.

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