Private Attorney General in the USA Urges IAEA
to Designate Fukushima as a Crime Scene
Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 15, 2011
“What these people are trying to do -- I know it sounds insane. They are trying to artificially create Armageddon. They are trying to make people believe these are end times, by slaughtering people through disease and famine.
“I believe they even have, I know this will sound a bit crazy and you will start wondering about me, but they have some kind of microwave weapon that can heat up underground water near earthquake-prone zones, and trigger earthquakes.”
-- Benjamin Fulford on Jeff Rense (7/11/2007)
A Private Attorney General and qualified Federal Witness in the USA is now urging the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna, Austria, to initiate a criminal investigation of the nuclear emergency now unfolding at the Fukushima Nuclear Plant in Japan.
When news of the emergency first broke, Paul Andrew Mitchell was extremely alarmed after reading that the backup generators had failed, and the plant was powering the reactor’s cooling pumps with a backup battery system. Reportedly, the backup generators were disabled by the resulting tsunami that wreaked a major catastrophe all by itself.
“When the plant managers switched to batteries, immediately they should have commenced the highest possible priority rapid deployment of additional backup diesel generators from other locations inside, and outside Japan,” Mitchell observed. “Such negligence is criminal.”
“Although the earthquake caused the reactors to shut down automatically, they normally require more than 48 hours to cool down sufficiently. Thus, the plant obviously needed another 40+ hours to pump cooling water effectively, after deciding it was necessary to pump with batteries,” Mitchell added.
Mitchell promptly scrambled by urging numerous contacts within the Pentagon, the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Geological Survey, the Boeing Corporation and the IAEA, to get cargo jets aloft and to stage mobile diesel generators into position, like those that were already available at the U.S. Air Force Base at Misawa, in Northern Japan.
Misawa AFB is located about 400 miles north of Tokyo and about 225 miles north of Fukushima; it is home to the USAF 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron.
“The only reply I received was a request from a Boeing engineer to remove his email address from my distribution list,” Mitchell added.
At the same time, Mitchell witnessed an Internet interview with Yoichi Shimatsu, the former Editor of the Japan Times Weekly.
In that interview, Shimatsu starts to describe Misawa as the hub of U.S. electronic warfare and high-tech espionage in East Asia, with its fleet of P-3 Orion spy planes and an ECHELON eavesdropping antenna. However, the host cuts him off in a manner strongly implying that the station managers wanted Shimatsu to stop discussing Misawa any further.
That rude interruption then gave Mitchell another reason to be highly suspicious of events now unfolding at the Fukushima nuclear plant. Then, the big geopolitical shock arrived, right on the heels of that interruption:
Journalist Benjamin Fulford, who works out of an office in Tokyo, re-published on the Internet an interview in which he asked a former Japanese Finance Minister why he handed over control of the Japanese financial system to a group of American and European oligarchs.
The former Finance Minister replied that it was because Japan had been threatened by an earthquake machine: “I was told by Japanese Security Police that because of what I had said –- at places like www.rense.com -- Niigata City was going to be hit by an earthquake. Two days later, Japan’s largest nuclear reactor was the exact epicenter of two earthquakes, both 6.8 in magnitude,” Fulford explains.
Mitchell has continued his investigation by focusing, for now, on the true extent of rapid deployment capabilities presently in place at Misawa Air Force Base. The base website has recently published a series of press releases and photographs which reveal a large number of heavy-duty forklifts that are loading bulk pallets onto USAF C-17 Globe Master cargo jets.
In the same series of photos, teams of personnel from the U.S. Agency for International Development (“USAID”), and the Los Angeles County Fire Department Search and Rescue Team, can be seen arriving and being greeted by Misawa AFB’s officers and ground crew.
That immediately caused further alarm in Mitchell, because of what Shimatsu was also revealing just before he was interrupted during his Internet interview:
Shimatsu openly alleged undue influence by U.S. intelligence agencies during their emergency planning for Japan's nuclear crisis; they were given priority over qualified nuclear engineers.
"The United States did not send anyone from their nuclear safety agency or the Department of Energy; they sent members of the USAID which is basically intelligence officials!" Shimatsu charges.
Mitchell has been extremely alarmed by these allegations, due chiefly to frequent conversations during past consulting contracts with U.S. Navy Personnel employed at the former Mare Island Naval Shipyard and with other U.S. Navy veterans.
Those personnel disclosed to Mitchell that the U.S. Navy did at one time develop a rather sophisticated numerical simulation of the blast effects resulting from an undersea detonation of a conventional nuclear warhead.
"Of course then the Navy had to try it, in order to confirm whether or not their calculations were correct," one veteran revealed. Mitchell specialized in numerical simulation while a graduate student at the University of California at Irvine.
Paul Mitchell is now asking the IAEA to begin an earnest investigation into the possibility that the recent catastrophic earthquake and resulting tsunami in Japan may have been triggered intentionally by the very same American and European oligarchs whom Benjamin Fulford has identified.
“Even if Fulford’s evidence is not exactly correct in every last detail, certified transcripts of his interviews certainly rise to the level of probable cause, as defined in U.S. Federal criminal statutes, treaties, and implementing regulations,” Mitchell concluded.
In the transcript of his interview with Jeff Rense, Benjamin Fulford openly stated:
"I've interviewed seven Japanese prime ministers. Captains of industry, members of security police, senior gangsters. I have very good sources. I have everything on tape. I have enough evidence to convict David Rockefeller of at least three murders related to the recent takeover of the Japanese banking system."
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