Throwback Thursday - Contagion
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One wouldn’t imagine an 84-year-old nun and a nuclear plant’s safety manager having much in common, but whistleblowers and anti-nuclear protesters have provoked harsh rebuke after shedding light on shocking security failures at U.S. nuclear sites.
On Tuesday, Sister Megan Rice was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for breaking into a federal nuclear facility in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Her fellow Catholic activists, Greg Boertje-Obed and Michael Walli, were sentenced to more than five years in prison because of their history of civil disobedience.
The protesters were also ordered to pay $53,000 for damaging federal property.
Read more at TakePart.com.
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