Homeland Security

The fuel for a nuclear bomb is in the hands of an unknown black marketeer from Russia, U.S. officials say

“The sample of highly-enriched uranium, of a type that could be used in a nuclear bomb, arrived here on a rainy summer day four years ago, in a blue shopping bag carried by a former policeman.

According to court documents, the bag quickly passed through the hands of three others on its way to a prospective buyer. It was not the first time such material had passed through this city, raising international alarms: It had happened twice before. And mysteriously, in all three cases, spanning more than a decade, the nuclear material appeared to have the same origin – a restricted military installation in Russia.”

Source: The fuel for a nuclear bomb is in the hands of an unknown black marketeer from Russia, U.S. officials say | Center for Public Integrity

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