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This page includes all media for all projects listed in reverse chronological order (most recent first). You will probably find it useful to review the media by project. Just select the appropriate project here: COPs Program.
Naked America -- Nuclear Power, Insurance and Health -- Earth Focus, KCET, 2016-01-14 "Going naked" is a term the insurance industry uses to describe not having insurance. And when it comes to the worst hazards of nuclear power, America is going naked. Correspondent Miles Benson investigates why the U.S. nuclear power industry is underinsured by hundreds of billions of dollars. He also speaks with Australian physician, author, and nuclear industry critic Dr. Helen Caldicott on the health effects of nuclear radiation, which include cancer, fetal damage, and genetic mutation.
Improving Like-for-like RSGs -- Boguslaw Olech, SCE, Nuclear Engineering International, 2012-01 This damning paper was published just weeks prior to the emergency shutdown, and exposed the fact that SCE had mandated that no NRC approval would be sought as a major premise of the project.
Blackwater deaths suit tossed after six years -- Mike Baker, Washington Post, 2011-01-26 An unfortunate likely consequence when you pick a fight with a corporation with deep pockets and who was likely just following black-ops contract provisions designed to sacrifice the BW contractors in an orchestrated ambush so that the Bush admin had an excuse for the siege of Fallujah. You need money to use our court system if you want to be treated with any measure of fairness. No money, and you will not be able to withstand the tactics of a deep-pocket adversary. Very sad. --Ray
Lawsuit targets Xe over Iraq shootings -- , Associated Press, 2009-04-02 The complaint alleges three security guards for the state-run Iraqi Media Network were shot by Blackwater security as the guards tried to move along a slowing car in the King Faisal Square traffic circle in February 2007.
Rosemount HS grad is keeping the seas safe -- Nathan Hansen, Rosemount Town Pages, 2009 News coverage that prompted the firing of Chris Waugaman, slapping him in irons, and eventually his lawsuit against Blackwater.
Global Warming: Man-Made or Natural? -- SFred Singer, Hillsdale College, 2007-08 Suggests anthropogenic climate change should be questioned. Written by Fred Singer, who also worked to minimize the dangers of cigarette smoking, etc.
How to Submit Media -- Raymond Lutz, Citizens Oversight, 2007-05-13 This video was created with a prior version of this Wiki that did not support a WYSIWYG edit window. With the current version, you can usually paste the article directly and not re-edit it at all.
Gone -- Julia Whitty, Mother Jones, 2007-04-25 About species extinction figures by the eminent EO Wilson of Harvard and about the Wildlands Project to establish four major corridors or "megalinkages" in North America to head off extinction. One corridor is along the Pacific via the Sierra Nevada into the Baja Peninsula. The proposed Blackwater camp is surely on the pathway.
NTSB faults Pentagon in '04 Afghan crash -- Alan Levin and Matt Kelley, Usa Today, 2006-12-04 Blackwater is famous for not vetting and qualifying employees. Here unqualified pilots under Blackwater Air (Presidential Airways) is found at fault for Afghan crash.
Count Crisis? -- Matthew Haggman, Daily Business Review, 2004-05-13 Announced that a “serious bug” had been found in the ES&S iVotronic voting machines in Miami-Dade County, Florida. According to this article, ES&S had known about this “bug” for over a year and had ignored its existence.
People killed in plane attacks -- , Associated Press, 2001-09-25 Criticized because it forms the list according to family members, friends, co-workers and local law enforcement and not FBI and offical passenger lists, but still makes the point that no hijacker names appear and counts don't add up.