[ RadSafe ] Re: Jury: Worker covered up damage at Ohio nuke plant
Clayton J Bradt
cjb01 at health.state.ny.us
Wed Aug 27 09:05:58 CDT 2008
As a follow-up to my previous post:
What motive could this guy have had to cover up the corrosion problem and
to lie about it to the NRC? Many people in the plant must have known about
the corrosion once it was discovered. Wouldn't he and others have informed
management immediately? Yet, "None of the company's senior leaders was
charged in the investigation." That means that management told NRC the
truth all along while their employee was lying about it?
The more I think about it the less sense this makes. I'm sure there is a
reasonable explanation. Anybody know what it is?
Clayton J. Bradt
dutchbradt at hughes.net
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