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In the depths of the Cold War, a legendary Israeli spy made a visit to a Pennsylvania plant that processed government-supplied U-235 uranium into fuel for the U.S. Navy. Around the same time, hundreds of kilograms of uranium disappeared from the plant.
"The CIA has long taken the position that none of its 'source' files about NUMEC or derivative equity content can ever be made public," Smith notes in his complaint. "It has issued blanket denials of Freedom of Information Act requests from the late 1970's onward."
originally posted by: FireflyStars
originally posted by: gariac
a reply to: FireflyStars
Right, I got what you were saying about that. I just meant that there was no point in going down that road, in my post anyway, because it was nothing more than a hiding place.
(I told myself to go to sleep hours ago and instead I'm still tapping away at ATS. Hah.)
originally posted by: LotToTell2
a reply to: gariac
Israel doesn't care about any of this information
Israel doesn't care about any world wide court either
They have a blank check from United States to do anything they want TO anyone they want. Entire western world supposedly doesn't see enlargement of Israel, methodical extermination of Palestinians
Once Israel manages to destroy Iran, Palestinians will lose last good backer they have, they can kiss their existence goodbye
They can't even convert to Judaism and stay, that's not how it works