Category Archives: Y-12

No culpen al guardia de seguridad en Y-12

Por: Robert Lee Maril y Rachael Lee Traducido por: Juan F. López Mientras parece que se le ha aplicado un torniquete a la cobertura corriente principal de la noticia de la violación de seguridad en el Complejo de Seguridad Nacional … Continue reading

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Bechtel at the Y-12 Security Breach

After Sister Megan Rice, age 82, and two confederates, both senior citizens, too — the three were armed with nothing but wire cutters and flashlights — broke into the Y-12 Nuclear Complex at Oakridge, Tennessee, in the predawn hours of … Continue reading

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NNSA and Contractors’ ‘Nuclear Safety Culture’ Spawns Y-12 Breach

It was the security guard who first arrested Sister Rice and her two accomplices who was immediately identified by name and fired after the Y-12 security breach.  This in spite of the fact that the Y-12 nuclear facility is described … Continue reading

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Y-12 Security Guard is Fall Guy for NNSA

Mainstream news regarding the breach of the nuclear facilities at Y-12 National Security Complex at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, has virtually ceased.  However, government documents-published only a few months prior to this monumental rupture on July 28th of the most highly … Continue reading

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Lecciones de Y-12

(A favor, comparte con amigos este blog sobre temas de la frontera, la immigracion, y eventos corrientes.  Translated by Jessie Hollingsworth originally posted 9/18/12.) Originalmente, yo estaba preocupado que el error de operador fue rampante en la planta nuclear de … Continue reading

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Lessons Learned at Y-12?

I was initially very concerned that operator error was rampant at Y-12, but it now seems that I vastly underestimated the incompetency of federal and private management. The Y-12 Security Breech is much worse than Cheech and Chong could have … Continue reading

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Holy Nuclear Cow: “Some of the Most Stringent Security in the World” Isn’t

In the early morning of July 28th three intruders broke through the security at the Y-12 nuclear facility at Oak Ridge, Tennessee.  The three, including 82 year-old Sister Meagan Rice, spent three hours inside the security perimeter before being nabbed … Continue reading

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