Former lead investigator gives insight into nuclear industry crimesSubmitted by Promisekept on Wed, 03/16/2011 - 14:51
"I need to speak to you, not as a reporter, but in my former capacity as lead investigator in several government nuclear plant fraud and racketeering investigations.
I don't know the law in Japan, so I can't tell you if Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO) can plead insanity to the homicides about to happen.
But what will Obama plead? The Administration, just months ago, asked Congress to provide a $4 billion loan guarantee for two new nuclear reactors to be built and operated on the Gulf Coast of Texas — by Tokyo Electric Power and local partners. As if the Gulf hasn't suffered enough."
Greg Palast is a renown investigator of corporate fraud and racketeering, who then turned his skills to journalism, and was quickly recognized as, "The most important investigative reporter of our time" [Tribune Magazine] in Britain, where his first reports appeared on BBC television and in the Guardian newspapers.
In an interview on today's show, Alex Jones and Greg Palast trade well-informed and expert opinions on the true nature of the threats posed by reckless elitists, who ignored multiple warnings of that which is now unfolding: