Kamala Harris Faces Obstruction of Justice And Corruption Charges By San Francisco Treasure Island Residents


by Labor Video Project 
Friday Mar 15th, 2019 10:12 AM

“Senator Kamala Harris who is running for president of the United States was charged with obstruction of justice and involved in a corruption cover-up at the San Francisco Treasure Island shipyard by two former residents Andre Patterson and Felita Sample. They both accused Kamala Harris of knowing about the dangerous radiation and toxins on the island that were poisoning the residents but kept quiet about it after promising them she would deal with it after her election to the Senate.”


Whistleblowers who worked at Hunters Point Naval Shipyard Superfund site join together to warn the public about radioactive coverup

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Greenaction files petition to Nuclear Regulatory Commission calling for revocation of Tetra Tech’s License due to falsification of hundreds of soil samples at Superfund site near San Francisco Bay and homes. June 29, 2017

San Francisco – At a press conference Thursday, June 29, at noon in front of the Hunters Point Shipyard Superfund site in Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco, many former employees of Tetra Tech and their subcontractors joined together for the first time in the most damning expose to date of the scandal-plagued radioactive contamination “cleanup.” The U.S. Navy contracted with Tetra Tech EC, Inc., to assist in the radiological cleanup of the Shipyard, a National Priorities List Superfund site.”

Former Contractors Claim Hunters Point Cleanup is Botched


High-level technicians claim they documented numerous violations that put public health and safety at risk

High-level technicians claim they documented numerous violations that put public health and safety at risk
By Vicky Nguyen, Liz Wagner and Felipe Escamilla
Published May 19, 2014 at 5:31 PM | Updated at 2:45 PM PDT on May 23, 2014

“Taxpayers have spent nearly a quarter of a billion dollars on the toxic cleanup of Hunters Point, a prime piece of land along the southeastern shore of San Francisco. The former naval shipyard, which was once used as a research and testing lab for nuclear weapons, is now undergoing a renaissance. The city plans to turn the 800-acre site into a development mecca complete with new parks, retail stores and homes.

It is a massive project that’s decades in the making, but two high-level former technicians with intimate knowledge of the remediation effort say the cleanup is being botched and that the health and safety of the public is at risk because of it. Both say they wouldn’t live in or even visit the development planned for the site. In February, the Investigative Unit exposed that current workers also question the radiological cleanup of Hunters Point.”

San Francisco Shipyard soil samples manipulated or falsified, report says

San Francisco Chronicle report on the falsification of Soil Samples used in a report on the safety of the land for housing on the Hunters Point Navy Shipyard. January 26, 2018 report by J.K. Dineen.
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