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In this great country of ours, there are homeless people that sleep in a park directly across the street from the White House. The irony of that I hope is disturbing to more people than just me. At least for Leonard, he has found a purpose.

Leonard worked as a medic for 22 years. He says he started to talk about the wrong things and lost his job. He started to travel doing activism and occasionally working temp jobs. Leonard sometimes will sleep on a friends couch but most of the time he lived on the streets homeless.

Leonard is using his time to educate people on the Fukushima crisis. He says Fukushima is the most devastating nuclear accident in the history of our planet. For the last six years, 300 to 700 metric tons of contaminated wastewater continues to flow into the Pacific Ocean.

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