VA Nuke Dump Today
Photographs of the West LA VA nuclear dump taken in Spring 2006. Radioactive glass is detected by Michael Collins in the surface soil of the area using a nuclear radiation monitor. The glass, which was next to a mound associated with debris dumped from Brentwood School, registered over four times normal radiation.
Photographs of the West LA VA campus and buildings. Some of the buildings date back to the late 1800's with a large number of structures from the early part of the last century. George W. Bush Administration VA officials wanted to "redevelop" much of this land in a $4 billion plan to partially privatize this huge VA complex. The plan failed in part over revelations that part of the development would be in the biomedical chemical nuclear dump EnviroReporter.com exposed.
4 GALLERIES of the Brentwood Dog Park and activities such as Bow Wow Ween (2005 and 2006) and the Purina Pro Plan Rally to Rescue (2005). Since EnviroReporter.com's revelations of the biomedical nuclear and chemical dump under part of this dog park broke in Spring 2006, attendance and events have diminished.
Photographs of the West LA VA structures formerly used in nuclear experimentation, including on humans and animals. These Atomic Age-experiments involved the toxic radionuclides carbon-14, zinc-65, strontium-85 and strontium-90, gold-198, iodine-125, cobalt-60, copper-67, manganese-54, xenon-133, indium-113, calcium-47, iron-59, and several others.