[ RadSafe ] More hazards from radiation

McClung, Danny danny.k.mcclung at va.gov
Fri May 29 14:53:45 CDT 2009

More evidence that exposure to the media does, in fact, cause brain damage. 

Dan McClung, BS, RRPT,
Health Physics Consultant,
U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs,
Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards,
Medical Emergency Radiological Response Team
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Sent: Fri May 29 15:01:33 2009
Subject: [ RadSafe ] More hazards from radiation


BOULDER, Colo. — A man caught puncturing the tire of a Boulder police car
and who is accused of slashing tires on about 50 other vehicles through the
city told police he blames "radiation" from Rocky Flats and his relationship
with his mother for the vandalism spree, police said Friday.

Alexander Kabelis, 31, of Boulder, was arrested Thursday night on suspicion
of criminal mischief and carrying a concealed weapon.


She said the man's final rationale was that "radiation poisoning from the
Rocky Flats production facility" caused him to target the tires.

Peter Fear
Health Physics Technologist
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Radiation Safety Office
636 UH
750 E. Adams St.
Syracuse, NY 13210

Phone: (315)464-6510
FAX:     (315)464-5095
fearp at upstate.edu

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