Global Research News Hour Episode 181
“There is no indication of a radiological release…” Destry Henderson, deputy news manager for the Hanford Joint Information Center 
“The way that I look at this whole thing since the collapse happened …is this is a cover-up of the covering up of the collapsed hole.” – Mimi German (from this week’s interview.)
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For the first time in four years, on the morning of Tuesday May 9th the US Department of Energy declared a site-wide emergency at the Hanford Site in Washington State. A 20 foot section of a tunnel at the site containing highly toxic and radioactive material had collapsed exposing the contents to the atmosphere.
The Hanford Nuclear Reservation is 586 square miles or about 1,500 square km in area and is located in Southeast Washington State, along the…
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