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  • Nuke-Lock Breach Could Be 'Devastating' ( Los Alamos )

    11/03/2006 3:48:38 PM PST · by george76 · 84 replies · 1,890+ views
    CBS News ^ | Nov. 3, 2006 | (CBS)
    Data Found In Drug Raid Contains Weapons-Design Secrets. The recent security breach at Los Alamos National Laboratory was very serious, with sensitive materials being taken out of the facility — possibly including information on how to deactivate locks on nuclear weapons, officials tell CBS News. Officials say there is no evidence the information taken from Los Alamos was sold or transferred to anybody else, but there is no way to be sure right now. As CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson was the first to report, secret documents apparently taken from the lab were found during a drug raid at a...
  • Has Governor Bill Richardson helped New Mexico "cult"? (re: Akal security)

    10/20/2003 7:41:34 AM PDT · by fishtank · 35 replies · 662+ views
    Has Governor Bill Richardson helped New Mexico "cult"? The governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson was recently scrutinized for flying around in a helicopter that costs the taxpayers of his state $495.00 per hour reports Albuquerque's KRQE TV. One of the governor's stops was at an "International Peace Prayer Day" at the so-called "Sikh Dharma" (also known as 3HO) near Española on June 21. Richardson was the keynote speaker at this event. However, the Española religious enclave has a troubled history and it has been called a "cult." Mainstream Indian Sikhs have often dismissed and disavowed both 3HO's leader and...
  • Mystery men keep handle on Security at Courthouse

    07/22/2002 1:31:29 PM PDT · by rdavis84 · 111 replies · 585+ views
    Ark. Dem-Gaz | July 22, 2002 | LINDA SATTER
    Mystery men keep handle on security at courthouse BY LINDA SATTER ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE July 22, 2002 They stand resolutely outside the federal courts building in downtown Little Rock, watching and listening, saying little. Inside, more of these mysterious men patrol in navy blue jackets, starched white shirts and gray pants. They demand identification from all who enter and screen for weapons. In courtrooms, they keep an eye on proceedings while their earpieces deliver a running account of happenings elsewhere in the building. Occasionally, they speak softly into radios, and then suddenly, discreetly, more of their kind appear. They also guard...