Saturday, January 13, 2007

If Indian Point and Other Reactors So Safe, Why Does DOE Deny Us Access to Information That Spells Out Those Risk We Face? Are We NOT STAKEHOLDERS?

So, the NEI, foreign reactor owners and others can have SPECIAL ACCESS to information, but members of the general public living within the circle of death that is life living by a reactor are not? Just what risks are being HIDDEN FROM US, and WHY? As stakeholders, do we not deserver HONEST ANSWERS?
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