[ RadSafe ] Kansas to let nuclear plant guards "shoot to kill"
Danny K McClung
danny.mcclung at louisville.edu
Fri Mar 24 11:23:25 CST 2006
I had a drill sergeant try to "shout" me to death once many years
>>> John Jacobus <crispy_bird at yahoo.com> 03/24/06 12:01 PM >>>
Usually the security forces are trained and are to
follow "rules of engagement" just as the police do.
1. Aim weapon and shout warning.
2. No response, repeat warning.
3. If weaponed aimed at you, shout to kill.
--- John_Rich at fpl.com wrote:
> Radsafers - - seems to me that . . . . . .
> One of the unintended consequences is that the
> worst thing that could
> happen is for security to critically wound a nuclear
> protester who went out
> to "test the security." Shooting an unarmed
> civilian would be the media
> circus of the year.
> On the other hand . . ..
> One of the unintended consequences is that the worst
> thing that could
> happen is for security NOT to critically wound a
> nuclear protester who went
> out to "test the security." Allowing the antis to
> get close to the
> facility without serious shooting would be the media
> circus of the year,
> since it proves nuclear security doesn't work.
> It sure seems like this is a no-win for the security
> -just a thought-
> John Rich
"Those who corrupt the public mind are just as evil as those who steal
from the public purse."
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
e-mail: crispy_bird at yahoo.com
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