I would use the intelligence on the fingertips of the largest network of spies and infiltrators in the world in order to get every bit of information
I could muster.
My advice to Obama, as acting president, would be to prepare for disaster relief if necessary.
My advice to Ron Paul would be to prepare to win the presidency, as Obama would be the first president to allow a nuclear attack on US soil.
There would be no torture. The threat of torture is more effective than torture itself. When sufficiently threatened with the worst case scenario, if
the man did not divulge his information, he isn't going to give it. Period.
We continue looking for the bombs until showtime and if we find them, great, if not, that is too bad.
Of course, as a conspiracy theorist I would be asking a plethora of questions from the onset.
First of all, for this man to have gotten as far as he did, he would have needed either help from the inside or a free pass through national security.
There would have been something that should have sent up red flags from the very beginning.
Second of all, there should have never been a chance for that much fortified uranium to be stolen from any government facility. Security needs to
answer for the mishap immediately, and if anyone is to blame, it is the people at the facility or the people who allowed the contents to be stolen.
Third, is this a government run operation. It has happened many times before and it will happen again. Is this a false flag to promote martial law or
a way for the current president or administration to come out looking like a hero, or perhaps disbanded Constitutional authority?
To many questions too little time.
As for the man he would be held and put into protective custody. There are too many questions to risk having an accident with him and he might have
information that leads to where his help comes from.
Ultimately, people might die. Big deal to be honest. We all die and some things our outside of our control. I see no reason to have blood on even more
hands than there was to begin with if it isn't going to mean much. The truth will come out in the end and those who were involved, if they acted in a
moral and just way will be rewarded for such.
EDIT TO ADD:
I edit to add, the fact that he is American should in no way put a hindrance on his basic human rights, and as far as I am concerned, the Bill of
Rights extends to every human being, not just those lucky enough to be born on US soil.
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