Radiation Readings in Fukushima Reactor Rise to Highest Since Crisis Began Two robots sent into the reactor No. 1 building at the plant yesterday took readings as high as 1,120 millisierverts of radiation per hour, Junichi Matsumoto, a general manager at Tokyo Electric Power Co., said today. That’s more than four times the annual dose permitted to nuclear workers at the stricken plant.
265 Tons of Explosives Moved Upriver to Illinois Levee SIKESTON, Mo. — Maj. Gen. Michael Walsh has given the order to move barges carrying 265 tons of explosives upriver in Kentucky from Hickman to Wickliffe, putting them in position to blow the Birds Point levee in Mississippi County, Mo. But corps officials said the general has yet to decide whether he will blow the levee and will re-evaluate the situation… Read Article →
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MO’s Asset Forfeiture is a $32 Million Loophole That Let Police Divert Education Funds Leading KWMU’s discussion was host Don Marsh; the point man on the Camp Zoe issue was David Roland, director of litigation for the Freedom Center of Missouri. In the discussion, Roland outlined many of the points that Hamilton has made in blog posts, including the fact that Missouri law enforcement is using the federal, rather than… Read Article →