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  • U.S. Marines Guard Secret Iraqi City with Very Hot Nuclear Radiation Levels

    04/10/2003 9:35:05 AM PDT · by ex-Texan · 47 replies · 721+ views
    News Pundit.net ^ | 4/10/2003 | Douglas Oliver
    U.S. Marines Guard Secret Iraqi City with Very Hot Nuclear Radiation Levels . . . Other than FOX, No American Television News Reports In a valley 18 miles south of Baghdad the U.S. Marines guard a secret underground city. It lies under the city of Al-Tuwaitha that belongs to Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission. Earlier investigators and U.S. military Secret Operations squads located the top secret underground facility. Reports are beginning to come in that International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors sent to Iraq had never been allowed to inspect the huge secret complex. Now the Marines against enemy counter-attacks. Reportedly, the...
  • Fox News reporting marines find "weapons grade plutonium"

    04/10/2003 10:24:53 AM PDT · by JustRight · 455 replies · 719+ views
    On TV right now.
  • Marines hold nuclear site

    04/09/2003 10:29:29 AM PDT · by Ditto · 259 replies · 4,995+ views
    Pittsburgh Tribune Review ^ | Wednesday, April 9, 2003 | Carl Prine
    <p>SOUTH OF BAGHDAD — In a valley sculpted by man, between the palms and roses, lies a vast marble and steel city known as Al-Tuwaitha.</p> <p>In the suburbs about 18 miles south of the capital's suburbs, this city comprises nearly 100 buildings — workshops, laboratories, cooling towers, nuclear reactors, libraries and barracks — that belong to the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission.</p>
  • Marines hold Iraqi nuclear site built by French

    04/10/2003 10:25:31 AM PDT · by SkunkPunk · 21 replies · 623+ views
    Tribune-Review ^ | 4-9-03 | Carl Prine
    <p>SOUTH OF BAGHDAD — In a valley sculpted by man, between the palms and roses, lies a vast marble and steel city known as Al-Tuwaitha.</p> <p>In the suburbs about 18 miles south of the capital's suburbs, this city comprises nearly 100 buildings — workshops, laboratories, cooling towers, nuclear reactors, libraries and barracks — that belong to the Iraqi Atomic Energy Commission.</p>