Nuclear Storage podcast with Larry Smith KPFK with American Indian Airwaves

It was an honor and a privilege for Public Watchdogs to participate in a recent radio interview with Larry Smith of KPFK with American Indian Airwaves by the invitation of Adelia Sandoval,  a leader of the Acjachemen NATION Juaneno Band. The Acjachemen were the indigenous peoples who occupied the land for 4,000 plus years in which the San Onofre Generating Station was built.

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Public Watchdogs talks with citizens about the San Onofre Nuclear waste dump

On January 13, 2018, Southern California Edison will bury the radioactive equivalent of 700 nuclear warheads on the beach at San Onofre State Beach Park within 108 feet of the water.  Each of the 75 waste containers holds more radiation than what was released at Chernobyl. When it is completed, it will be the world’s largest beachfront nuclear waste dump.

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Geologist Warns “A Nuclear Disaster at SONGS is unavoidable.”

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, 12-13-16 To remove your name, reply with “remove” in the subject line. For interviews, contact Charles Langley (858) 752-4600 (Watch the live interview of Geologist Robert Pope on KUSI TV News here). Geology at San Onofre makes a nuclear disaster from “Chernobyl Can” nuke waste “unavoidable” WHO:  Robert Pope, Orange County Geologist Pam Patterson, Mayor, San Juan Capistrano WHAT:   Mr. Pope will warn the County Board of…

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NBC exposes danger of storing nuke waste in underground casks

In a matter of months (see countdown clock) high-level radioactive waste that's deadly to humans for more than 10,000 human generations will be stored in steel casks on the beach at the site of the now-defunct San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS). The casks at SONGS are only guaranteed to last 25 years by the manufacturer. The casks at the Hanford site, known as "America's Chernobyl"  are already...

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Chief Phil Lane Staking Ceremony, San Onofre State Park Beach, October 29, 2016

At 11:00 AM under a rare “black moon” Chief Phil Lane conducted a Staking Ceremony on the beach at San Onofre within sight of the now defunct nuclear power plant known as SONGS, the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station.  More than 25 people made the difficult hike to the bottom of the cliffs to forcefully drive  a stake into the ground signifying their intent to stop…

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Native American prayer vigil at San Onofre State Beach, Saturday

Staking Ceremony and prayers for unprecedented, unified action for removal of nuclear waste to be convened at San Onofre State Beach, Saturday, October 29 at 9:30am   For background or to arrange interviews, contact Charles Langley at (858) 752-4600 Native Americans and other Members of the Human Family to gather at San Onofre beach to peacefully and prayerfully stand together for unified action to remove nuclear…

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