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Nuclear Power Whistleblowers Charge Federal Regulators With Favoring Secrecy Over Safety

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Richard H. Perkins and Larry Criscione are precise and formal men with more than 20 years of combined government and military service. Perkins held posts at the Department of Energy and the National Nuclear Security Administration before joining the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's Division of Risk Analysis in 2008. Criscione landed at the agency a year later, after five years aboard the USS Georgia as a submarine warfare officer. Now both men are also reluctant whistleblowers, stepping out publicly to accuse the NRC of being both disconcertingly sluggish and inappropriately secretive about severe -- and in one case, potentially catastrophic -- flood risks at nuclear plants that sit downstream from large dams. A number of nuclear safety advocates who have looked into the matter in recent weeks have echoed their complaints...

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A much greater, more immediate, threat to all our ... by Mark Goldes on Tuesday, Dec 4, 2012 at 8:04:52 PM