Fukushima? Pacific Herring Bleeding Eyeballs, Tail (continued)
by GLOBAL RESEARCH NEWS
Canada.com, Aug 16, 2013: Morton [...] pulled up a net of about 100 herring near Sointula and found they were all bleeding. "It was pretty shocking to see," said Morton [...] Herring school with small sockeye salmon and are also eaten by chinook and coho.
"Response" from Canadian Government
Vancouver 24 hrs, Aug 11, 2013: [Morton] says Fisheries and Oceans Canada [FOC] is ignoring the problem. [...] According to emails from FOC, the federal authority had asked the marine biologist to send in 20 to 30 herring in September 2011, saying that would be "more than sufficient for the lab to look for clinical signs of disease and provide sufficient diagnostics." She did, and hasnât heard back since. [...] FOC officials did not respond to a request for comment by the 24 hours presstime.
Canada.com, Aug 16, 2013: Fisheries and Oceans Canada is trying to confirm reports from an independent biologist that herring around northern Vancouver Island have a disease that is causing bleeding from their gills, bellies and eyeballs. [...] Arlene Tompkins of DFOâs [Department of Fisheries and Oceans'] salmon assessment section said staff in the Port Hardy area have not found bleeding herring. âWe are trying to retrieve samples, but [Monday] we were not successful because of heavy fog,â she said. âWe havenât had any other reports of fish kills or die-offs [see salmon report below].â Tompkins has seen photographs provided by Morton [...]
From earlier today: Unprecedented: Sockeye salmon at dire historic low on Canadaâs Pacific coast â âWe think something happened in the oceanâ â âThe elders have never seen anything like this at allâ â Alaska and Russia also affected (MAP)
UPDATE: Canadian official publicly claims âno concernâ over new Fukushima leak infoâ¦ Yet privately requested tests on salmon, due to âgreat public concern about potential radiation contamination in these fishâ