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    Exclusive:Al Qaeda knew, 341 lbs nuke

    Al Qaeda knew, about the 341 lbs of weapons grade nuke material.
    By Gerald: Internet Anthropologist Think Tank
    Oct 23 ,08

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Enough processed uranium to make six nuclear weapons was secretly transported thousands of miles by truck, rail and ship on a monthlong trip from a research reactor in Budapest, Hungary, to a facility in Russia so it could be more closely protected against theft, U.S. officials revealed Wednesday.

    The shipment, conducted under tight secrecy and security, included a three-week trip by cargo ship through the Mediterranean, up the English Channel and the North Sea to Russia's Arctic seaport of Murmansk, the only port Russia allows for handling nuclear material.

    The 13 radiation-proof casks, each weighing 17,000 pounds, arrived by rail at the secure nuclear material facility at Mayak in Siberia on Wednesday, carrying 341 pounds of weapons-usable uranium, said Kenneth Baker, a National Nuclear Security Administration official who oversaw the complex project.

    It is the largest recovery to date of highly enriched uranium provided either by the former Soviet Union or the United States under a program, begun in the 1950s, aimed at spreading the peaceful use of nuclear energy. The two countries have been working to return the spent fuel from reactors around the world because at many of the facilities, including the one in Budapest, security is lax, raising the possibility of the material being stolen by terrorists.

    "It was a big shipment, the biggest one we've ever done," Baker said in an interview with The Associated Press hours after he received word that the shipment had arrived at its final destination in Russia. "It was basically enough to make six nuclear weapons."

    Under the U.S.-Russian program, the NNSA, which is part of theEnergy Department, has completed 15 recoveries of U.S.-origin highly enriched uranium from research reactors in more than a dozen countries since 2005. The agency also was involved in three earlier shipments of Russian-origin highly enriched uranium that were removed from the Czech Republic, Latvia and Bulgaria and returned to Russia.

    In Budapest "they had a fence and a guard," said Baker, although some security improvements have been made with U.S. help over the past year. Still, Baker added, "you don't want to leave it there."




    Our BSU's tracked al Qaeda's funding arm ( on the Internet ) to a reasearch University in Budapest, Hungary.

    The KFKI RMKI is the Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, located in three separate buildings (Bldg. Nr.3, the main building, Bldg. Nr. 2 and Bldg. Nr. 13.)on the KFKI Campus.

    They were looking for physical directions to the Academy. Hungarian Academy of Sciences

    Our IATT report was turned over the the FBI on Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 3:09 PM.( classified )

    And to the NSA and CIA on Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 4:00 PM ( Muldo, Harry )

    No limitations were placed on our release of info regarding this. Which we would have respected.

    I assembled a cyber hit team,

    ( which only acts in self defense, if for example a junior Co C member were attacked/threatened) see details below.G.

    Internet Anthropologist Think Tank: Al Qaeda has nuclear ambitions., aug 31, 08

    We continue to track this cell:

    BSU's and special ops team:

    Our hypothesis was: 3 fold:

    #1) Meeting some one? Recruting.

    #2) Buying info

    #4) Stealing dirty materials? Some materials, 341 pounds.

    We had no idea at the time there was 341 pounds of weapons grade uranium there.

    Or that USA was planning on removing it.

    Paradigm Intel:

    It would seem al Qaeda knew about the 341 pounds of weapons-usable uranium at the facility

    or knew about the transfer.

    Wasn't so secret after all.

    So as we see the US Government knew about the al Qaeda interest well before the move.

    al Qaeda decided they couldn't mount an operation big enough to have any possibility of success during transfer.

    Or it was moved before they could mount an attack.

    Either way its safe now.


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    Experimental facilities include Mössbauer spectrometers, positron annihilation lifetime and Doppler equipments. The Department is responsible for the utilization and maintenance of the EG-2R 5 MeV Van de Graaff accelerator and the NIK Heavy Ion Implanter facility of the Institute. The accelerator complex is used for studying problems related to ion implantation in solids and accelerator-based nuclear spectroscopy methods (Rutherford backscattering etc.)

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