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> Trouble with radiation leak at Isr@lli embassy, who's got a stash then ?

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Posted: Feb 13 2007, 10:57 AM
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Hi there Everyone ..

This article appeared on Rense a few days back ..
after that the site went down and has been ever since ..

Now IT COULD BE a coincidence .. I cant prove it either way ..

Rense is still down and the websites that featured this article have been plagued with errrrmmm ... server problems .. go figure !!!!

by x Saturday, Oct. 14, 2006 at 5:05 PM
Feds surveyed NYC for radiation, found tainted park,


WASHINGTON -- Anti-terrorism officials conducted a

helicopter survey of New York City's radiation sources in

preparation for a so-called "dirty bomb" attack - and

discovered a Staten Island park with dangerously high levels

of radium, a new report found.

Federal authorities found 80 unexpected "hot spots" around

New York City, according to the Government Accountability

Office, the investigative arm of Congress.

The GAO report released Thursday details a previously

undisclosed aerial anti-terrorism program in New York City,

one which may be extended to other cities worried about

the possible release of radioactive material by terrorists.

The report does not identify which city park had the

contaminated soil, but NYPD officials said it was in Gateway

National Park in Staten Island. The site was closed, and New

York has requested federal money to do a citywide aerial

survey every year to update the information.

By creating a map of the city's radiation sources, city

officials hope to be able to respond more quickly in the

event of a dirty bomb attack, know exactly which streets

are contaminated and get civilians away.

New York is the first and only U.S. city to conduct a

complete aerial radiological survey, having paid the U.S.

Department of Energy $800,000 for the 2005 study.

The helicopters picked up sources of low-level radiation

from expected places, like granite statues and medical

isotopes at hospitals, but it also found dozens of other

sources of unexpected radioactivity, the GAO report found.

"NYPD officials indicated that the survey was tremendously

valuable because it identified more than 80 locations with

radiological sources that required further investigation to

determine their risk," the report said.

At the Staten Island park, sensors detected large

quantities of radium in the soil. Long-term exposure to

radium increases the risk of developing lymphoma, bone

cancer and leukemia.

National Park Service spokesman Brian Feeney said the area

is a one-acre piece of the 570-acre Great Kills Park, which is

part of the larger Gateway park.

Feeney said experts assured them after the August 2005

study that the area posed no public health risk, and said

visitors do not go into that area anyway because of dense

vegetation. He did not know if any warnings had been placed

around the site.

The radiation apparently comes from "some piece of

industrial equipment, pieces of old rusty metal. Whatever

this equipment used to do, it picked up radioactivity," he


"We keep people out of that area. It's a non-accessible area

of the park, no one can get in there," said Feeney. "There's

no health hazard now, there was never a health hazard to

the public."

He said the agency has applied to the Department of Energy

for funding to further survey the site.

Staten Island's congressman, Rep. Vito Fossella, said the

contamination was a surprise to him and residents near the

park, and he demanded more information.

"It is essential for the government to act immediately to

fully understand the extent of the contamination," said

Fossella, who was trying to arrange a meeting Friday with

federal and city officials to discuss further testing and

possible removal of the contaminated soil.

One alleged radiation hot spot on Manhattan's east side has

the potential for becoming a political hot spot: A strong

radiation spike from the area of the Israeli Embassy.

Officials would not comment on why they thought that

particular area allegedly showed such a stunning peak
in radiation.

The aerial survey is designed to help local officials react

more quickly in the event of terrorists detonating a "dirty

bomb" that releases radioactive material into the air. With

the survey, police may be able to pinpoint the exact source

of radiation by comparing new readings to their pre-existing

"radiation map" of the area.

NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said the department wanted a

record of the city's naturally occurring and other

"radiological signatures" to compare with periodic readings it

does to detect for dirty bombs or other nuclear devices.

"It gives us a baseline so we can pick up any anomalies," he


New York City is the only major city to conduct a full-scale

Aerial Background Radiation Survey to identify "hot spots,"

though such work has been done in the nation's capitol,

according to the report.

The GAO found neither the Department of Energy nor the

Department of Homeland Security believe they are required

to conduct such radiation mapping, though the investigators

said there were "significant benefits" to surveys in other

urban areas.

Homeland Security officials agreed that they should study

the cost and effectiveness of expanded radiation mapping in

additional cities.

Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., called the report further

proof the federal government is not doing enough to help

cities guard against terrorism.

The hot spot mapping initiative "should also be shared with

cities across the country, not mothballed because the

Homeland Security Department doesn't want to put up the

money," Schumer said.

The GAO report also found the Department of Energy may

need to beef up security at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada

and Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland because those sites

hold key national assets for responding to a radiological or

nuclear attack.

Specialized quick-response teams and equipment are

concentrated at those two sites, and a successful attack

against either could leave one section of the country with

limited capacity to respond to a subsequent
strike with radioactive weapons, the GAO said.

The agency's associate administrator, Michael C. Kane, was

adamant the sites are safe.

"We categorically reject the contention that physical

security at two of our facilities may not be sufficient for

protecting against terrorist attacks," Kane wrote.

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