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Israel Stole US Nuke Material
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How Israel Stole Nuclear Material From The US and Left $350 Million Cleanup Bill http://www.investmentwatchblog.com/how-i...anup-bill/

"Numec was a company owned by Israel that handled nuclear material. In 1965, over 200 pounds of weapons-grade highly enriched uranium went missing from the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation (NUMEC) plant in Apollo, Pennsylvania. Circumstantial evidence and popular lore suggested that the material had been clandestinely diverted to Israel for use in its nuclear weapons program, either with or without the acquiescence of the U.S. Government. Extensive material now available show among other things that:

Zalman Shapiro investigated by the FBI for potential Foreign Agents Registration Act after 61 kilograms of U-235 are discovered missing from the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation. FBI establishes surveillance of Shapiro in 1968. Nature of David Lowenthal’s relationship and financing of NUMEC discovered. David Lowenthal observed in photos “shaking hands with Ben-Gurion and Moshe Dayan” and “reportedly fought for Israel as a freedom fighter in 1956 and travels to Israel on the average of approximately once per month.” NUMEC’s founders, security clearances, shipment of 320 grams of plutonium to Israel in 1963, censored files.
israellobby.org/numec/
fas.org/blogs/secrecy/2010/05/gao_numec/

To add insult to injury, Numec left a huge radioative mess in Pensylvania that has NOT been cleaned up to this day.
By Associated Press

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers plans to spend at least $350 million more over 10 years to dig up and haul away nuclear waste from a dump site about 35 miles northeast of Pittsburgh.

The Army Corps halted the cleanup — originally estimated to cost $44.5 million — after crews discovered unanticipated amounts of “complex” materials, like uranium and plutonium, at the Parks Township site in 2011.

The site was once owned by Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corp., which operated fuel plants for nuclear submarines in Parks and nearby Apollo. NUMEC owned the dump site from 1957 until the 1980s, but Babcock & Wilcox Co. most recently owned the land.

The Army Corps already spent $62 million on the cleanup, meaning the final cost will be $412 million — nearly 10 times the original.

www.lehighvalleylive.com/breakin…_clea.html

This incident could not have happened without the complicity of Lyndon Johnson’s administration. Johnson was always known for his great friendship with Israel and philanthropy for Jewish causes. Some have suggested he was of Jewish heritage on his mother’s side, but since being Jewish was very unpopular in Texas this was not well known. There is evidence that Johnson planned the attack on the US Liberty with Israel to bring the US into a major war in the Middle East:

www.5tjt.com/our-first-jewish-pre…an-update/
www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/con…edirect=on
judymorrisreport.blogspot.com/201…-told.html"
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The U.S. government is not legally allowed to talk about Israel's nuclear program because it was all stolen from the U.S. and the CIA continues to keep it officially a secret to this day.  Cleanup costs now at $500 million. Who's paying the bill?  

FBI and CIA’s ‘Duty To Warn’ Victims of Israeli Nuclear Smuggling
$500 million Pennsylvania NUMEC toxic cleanup restarts
by Grant Smith/ Posted on December 27, 2018
https://original.antiwar.com/smith-grant...smuggling/
Quote:In 2015 the intelligence community acknowledged that it had a "duty to warn" U.S. persons of impending threats of "serious bodily injury." The objective of that "duty" – which has many loopholes – is to compel intelligence agencies to warn individuals or organizations of threats so they can take evasive measures. It affirms a moral obligation intelligence agencies have to those funding – willingly or not – their operations. The duty to warn demands they no longer stand idly by – or worse attempt to exploit credible threats to Americans – as leverage or for other, secret intelligence purposes.

Last fall the US Army Corps of Engineers announced it was finally ready to resume a $500 million toxic waste cleanup of the Nuclear Materials and Equipment Corporation (NUMEC) dump. An earlier attempt at the Pennsylvania site to excavate was stopped after the discovery of unexpected materials. NUMEC’s plant sites in Apollo and Parks Township have long been the subject of litigation over wrongful mass deaths and illnesses caused by toxic pollution.

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Documents grudgingly released by the FBI so far reveal the intelligence community likely knows that cost-cutting at NUMEC to achieve its smuggling aims was what made it such a toxic polluter. On May 5, 1969, Shapiro discussed a major toxic spill caused by such shortcuts, most likely with David Lowenthal, since the acquisition of other US companies was also part of the conversation. Shapiro ordered NUMEC workers – who often worked with no protective gear of any kind – to dampen down the spill with picks and shovels to avoid the spread of toxic dust and rain runoff carrying away the waste. Shapiro’s call was wiretapped by the FBI.

"It’s not only a bad spill but ‘actually they are operating outside compliance.’ They had the drums all together. They have about 200 drums and estimate that about six a day will corrode through. The trouble lay with a fluoride which was put in to help the decay, and this was not checked. CENSORED said they are also about $230,000 over on their construction costs for the scrap plant. Z [Zalman Shapiro] said if they could get other people, there would be a lot of firing."

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NUMEC workers and town residents, exposed to radiation levels hundreds of times higher than health standards allowed, continue to suffer fallout and death from NUMEC. In addition to residents, the US Army Corps of Engineer contractors restarting the cleanup could benefit greatly from knowing what material is likely present – as well as what is not – at the site. Residents and the cleanup crew would also benefit from knowing of any intelligence on the potential threat that materials stolen decades ago might be returned or buried under cover of the cleanup at the site for crews to "find."

Legal precedents suggest such toxic exposure as occurs at NUMEC could amount to "oppression, fraud, or malice" and be sufficient for victims to recover damages from polluters. However, neither the CIA nor the FBI have met their current obligations under "duty to warn" to officially alert the victims of NUMEC and contractors precisely what dangers they are still facing as the cleanup recommences.

Such overdue disclosures could also allow NUMEC’s victims to pursue claims against the perpetrator and beneficiary of the fraud and pollution – the Israeli government. Evidence stored away in FBI and CIA files could fully reveal ZOA’s NUMEC involvement. If ZOA did more than unwittingly provide key members of management, ZOA’s $40 – plus million in current assets could go a long way toward compensating the long-suffering Pennsylvania victims of Israeli nuclear smuggling and partially shift the burden of paying to clean up after NUMEC away from American taxpayers.
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