Original text from Blog of Koichi Oyama in Minamisoma City 16.06.2012 http://mak55.exblog.jp/16067241/
Mr. Yoshizawa's place is 20km from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant.
The camera of Fukushima Daiichi is 30km from the Plant.
Did anyone with courage went to film at the beginning of the accident?
A bounty hunter?
No. I think there was a local cameraman who had a contract with TV and newspapers.
And what about journalists of newspapers?
Local newspaper journalists?
They must have filmed from near to the top of the mountains with telephotographic lens and other TV stations as NHK must have started to film or couldn't they film because of the afterquake??
Its it the truth?
If they show us all the footages they filmed, we'll know.
A comment by a person called : Prefectural police also hides.
The Fukushima Prefectural police also hides the footage of the explosion of Unit 1.
The signal corps of the prefectural police were filming it from an helicopter.
A testimony of Mr. Masami Yoshizawa from the site of「福島 フクシマ ＦＵＫＵＳＨＩＭＡ」
March 12, the explosion of Unit 1. From that night after March 11, after the Tsunami and the enormous earthquake, the nuclear power plant had a problem. Early in the morning of March 12, the signal corps of Fukushima Prefectural Police came into my farm. Three deep blue wagons with red lights. They said that they will film The Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant from an helicopter above in the sky and send the footage to prefectural police headquarters through satellite. So that they asked me to let them use the place. I said ok and they started.
They filmed the explosion of Unit 1 at 3:30 pm on March 12 from the helicopter.
Then they said: "Draw off, we'll backdown". Then they went away just after they had cleaned up the place but they said to me, just before leaving: "Finally something important happened. The Government is hiding the information. You should leave. We'll evacuate from the order of the superior but you should not stay here neither". Then they left.
I said to the police that "I have 300 cows. They need me to live because of the blackout, for the food and the water. Cows can't be evacuated".
Mr. Yoshizawa had once run for the Prefectural Assembly election from Communist Party and more importantly he is associated to the "Opposition to the Oomika District's industrial waste treatment plant" with Mayor Sakurai.
Inside the article of Mr. Yoshizawa, he talks about a member of the Diet whose name is Tsutomu Takahara. (Who helped to save animals in Minamisoma City and helped to have the official authorization for Mr. Yoshizawa to stay in his farm.) He is from the Democratic Party in Chugoku region. His family business was a fried pork restaurant.
And still how can the employees from the police say that they didn't know?
Mr.Yoshizawa still continues his grazing today...
Courtesy : Koichi Oyama