In 2013 a contract employee at the Los Alamos National Laboratory found himself stripped of his security clearance and suspended from his job shortly after he published an article arguing the benefits of getting rid of nuclear weapon stockpiles.
This month he begins mediation with the lab after his second whistleblower claim was accepted by the National Nuclear Security Administration.
Dr. James Doyle worked at the Los Alamos lab, one of the laboratories in the Department of Energy nuclear complex, for 17 years. Prior to submitting his article for publication, he had it reviewed by a classification analyst at the lab, met with the director of the security office to address any concerns, and made it clear in the article that he was providing his own opinion as an individual and not as an Energy Department employee.
But just two days after the article was published by the International Institute for Strategic Studies, Dr. Doyle was accused of disclosing classified information. Lab officials searched his personal computer, retroactively classified the article, and suspended his security clearance. Dr. Doyle was understandably confused and filed a complaint alleging that lab officials were retaliating against him for expressing unpopular opinions in the article.
After filing the complaint, Dr. Doyle was fired from his position at the lab and his whistleblower complaint was rejected. While the Department maintains that his termination was due to budget cuts, Dr. Doyle believes it was due to his push-back against the retroactive classification of his article.
Millionaire scientists at Los Alamos figure the best way to cleanup
their ground mess, is to vacuum it up then dilute it into the
Just your common run of the mill government bastards. That area is
beautiful too, now ruined like all the other beautiful spots by pin
headed government bodies. To be "governed" is to suffer under
psychos….such is human psychology. Thus the earth was lost
Yes. stock. TY. The United States Department of Energy and Los
Alamos National Laboratories do not have any respect for the Laws of the
United States, and much less concern for preserving Human Life.
Instance after instance bears witness to these statements. Nothing but
lies and obfuscation has come from the DOE and LANL.
It seems peculiar to me that of the gases vented no mention was made
of radon, xenon, or uranium hexafluoride, or any other of the myriad of
radioactive gases that are certainly being released into the
environment. LANL is a Nuclear Weapons Manufacturing Facility; not an
auto-body repair shop.
The DOE admitted to venting radioactive gases into the environment
for two months following the February 14th Plutonium and Americium
explosions of LANL waste in the waste storage area at WIPP, which
contaminated the whole of the underground facility.
The DOE vented WIPP in September and October unfiltered prior to the
"fan test" Oct. 20th. Local residents detected these releases, and the
gamma increases can be seen on EURDEP charts during that interval.
One note of interest, while interviewing Carlsbadians in September I
was told that radioactive drums at LANL burned and black smoke "ran
down" into the valley town of White Rock during the Los Conchas fire in
Sociopathic Millionaires stroking Their Precious
According to the November edition of Kiplinger, reporting on a study by
the financial services firm Phoenix Marketing International, 11.7
percent of Los Alamos households are worth more than $1 million.
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