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Fukushima worker exploitation

NO REPORTER NARRATION (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) UNNAMED 55-YEAR-OLD WORKER AT FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI PLANT SAYING: "I was told to clean up tsunami rubble." "But then I got told to go to '1F'" "I didn't know what '1F' was but when I looked it up I realized it meant the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant" On March 11 a tsunami wrecked the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Fears of radiation forced 150,000 people to flee. Now 6,000 workers remain to keep the plant under control. But many suffer from exploitation, low pay and high radiation. (SOUNDBITE) (Japanese) UNNAMED 55-YEAR-OLD WORKER AT FUKUSHIMA DAIICHI PLANT SAYING: "At first, I didn't have a place to live. I didn't have anything." "It was like a bad comic book." "They kept me in prefab warehouse. Somewhere like where you keep tools." "I was there for around 3 weeks with one sleeping bag." "I was told I could just work in normal clothes. But I arrived and was put into a f

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