[ RadSafe ] Deadly Uranium?
rwhelbig at gmail.com
Thu Apr 17 06:56:37 CDT 2014
That's what the lying campaign begun by Saddam Hussein and kept on by
Sunnis in Fallujah, Palestinians, Syrians, Iranians, Serbs and their
propagandizers and around the world sympathesizers about depleted uranium
has wrought. Now, you need to teach the Assistant Prosecutor that he has
been mislead and that he should look for evidence and not shoot from the
hip based on something he saw on the Internet in a blog or YouTube posting
and convince the media that they should learn first and report second
instead of spreading the lies - Blaine Howard took on the CNN comments of
the founder of the Uranium Medical Research Centre, Dr Asaf Durakovic, who
made the comment that one atom of DU was potentially fatal - more RADSAFERS
should do the same and make the media realize that they have been had by
professional manipulators who profit, like Durakovic, by their lies.
I just called the District Attorney's Office in Sussex County NJ at (973)
383-1570 and ended up leaving a voice mail message with Duty Detective
Jason Berrigan - I suggested that the First Assistant District Attorney
contact someone at Rutgers and learn more about the chemistry of uranium.
Usually DA's don't shoot from the hip, they deal in evidence.
On Thu, Apr 17, 2014 at 4:00 AM, Estabrooks, H Bates (IHK) <
estabrookshb at y12.doe.gov> wrote:
> Can anyone explain this comment from the attached article?
> "Two containers reportedly held a substance tentatively identified by
> authorities as uranium sulfate, a potentially lethal chemical.
> 'If you inhale a single particle, it's fatal,' Sussex County First
> Assistant Prosecutor Gregory Mueller said."
> Bates Estabrooks
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