Dr. Kristen Iversen, professor and author of “Full Body Burden”, spoke from the Colorado Capitol steps in Denver at the press conference announcing the findings of breathable plutonium in the crawl space of a house downwind of Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, now decommissioned.
So what is Rocky Flats? How many accidents did they have there? What was released during those accidents?
“Tom Cochran is a nuclear physicist and an expert in the process of manufacturing nuclear weapons. He is Director of the Nuclear Program at the National Resources Defense Council and served on boards for the DOE and Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He was asked to analyze some of the practices at Rocky Flats for the class-action lawsuit, Merilyn Cook et al vs. Rockwell International Corporation and the Dow Chemical Company. (1996)” Tom concludes that this facility and companies managing it got a grade of F for fire safety in Part I. Watch Part II to find out what grades this facility got in other areas…
Dr. Kristen Iverson – Rocky Flats Accidents Exposed Downwinders To Plutonium