Exclusive 2019 Update: VICTORY AT THE VA – West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development

Associated exposé: Brentwood nuke dump burns as VA finalizes draft master plan

December 15, 2015 – VA Nuke Dump Before Fire

The lower baseball/soccer field of Brentwood School is the southern extent of the immaculately kept school grounds. Close inspection reveals tons of rubble and rebar piled up adjacent the well tended leased land. Further south in the dump it seems that the grounds hadn’t been cleared of brush for a long time. Photographs of the Santa Monica artesian well with suspected radiation contamination possibly from the Brentwood dump groundwater shows it to be in one of the wealthiest neighborhoods in the country.
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Associated exposé: Brentwood nuke dump burns as VA finalizes draft master plan

January 28 and January 30, 2016 – VA Ceremony and Nuke Dump After Fire

Photographs of the VA ceremony are followed by shots of the dump which we saw was burned arriving at the event. Images include the dog park and the fields of the Barrington Recreational Center in Brentwood which which border the burn area and had holes cut in the fences to get at the fire that weren’t wired shut. We found the charred and discarded tombstone of World War II veteran Jack J. O’Neill of Wisconsin along with fragments of other tombstones. Further investigation revealed that more than a dozen tombstones and grave marker chunks disposed of against VA regulations once again are visible in the dump.

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Exclusive 2019 Update: VICTORY AT THE VA – West LA Veterans Administration master plan protects old nuclear dump from development