Report: Anti-nuclear blogger’s home raided by police, Computer equipment seized

Japan Daily Press
Adam Westlake

Yuzuru Kaneko, a blogger who has been filming the anti-nuclear protests in Fukui Prefecture, had his home raided by police on October 1st in order to search for evidence of potential demonstrators who had committed crimes. While most of the Japanese public has feelings against the continued use of nuclear power after the March 2011 Fukushima disaster, Fukui Prefecture is home to the Oi power plant, where the nation’s only two active reactors reside. Kaneko has been covering many of the local protests against Kansai Electric Power Co. (KEPCO), the operators of the Oi facility, and uploading the video to his YouTube channel.

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