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As CBS News correspondent Sharyl Attkisson was first to report, secret documents apparently taken from the lab were found during a drug raid at a Los Alamos-area home last month. The FBI was called in to investigate.
The woman believed to have taken the information -- the owner of the trailer -- worked in three classified vault rooms across Los Alamos:
The woman had top secret "Q-clearance" with access to all the U.S. underground nuclear test data. Additionally, she had "Sigma 15" clearance, which allows her access to info on how to deactivate locks on nuclear weapons.
For example, if a terrorist steals an American nuclear weapon, he could not detonate it due to the special access controls. This woman is authorized to read the reports that tell how to get around those safety controls.
Originally posted by ARNOMANNN
Why would a janitor have that kind of clearance to highly classified " Information". It doesn't make sense.