Possible Looming Nuclear Event as USNRC Reports Theft Then Retracts

The Intellihub
Shepard Ambellas
February 2, 2012

One would assume that government leaders in Washington would insulate the general public from any type of nuclear incident on American soil following the ponderous Fukushima Diachi disaster of 2011.

However, this is simply not the case.

Our floundering Commander-in-Chief the POTUS (president of the United States) himself apparently has little to no regard for Americans or their well being — nor does any politician or commission for that matter, aside from maybe Ron Paul. 

Today, the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC) submitted their daily report. The report contains nothing out of the “ordinary,” it’s just a typical day in the office at the USNRC.

The report on the official USNRC government website reads like something out of a suspense thriller, stating;


A previously terminated Quality Inspection and Testing employee gained unauthorized access to keys of a company vehicle loaded with a radiography camera.

The individual appeared intent to drive the vehicle to the Rock Springs Airport located in Wyoming when the truck experienced an accident on Highway 191 about 4 miles south of Dutch John, Utah —  when the Utah highway patrol drove up to the accident scene, the patrol found the radiography camera outside of the truck.

This makes one wonder if nuclear material is missing. The report reads on;

The SPEC Model 150 radiography camera S/N 1195 containing 40 Curies of Ir-192 was undamaged and placed into the custody of a representative of Quality Inspection and Testing Inc.

The individual driving the truck was transported to a medical facility. A survey of the site indicated no spread of contamination or radiation levels above background. A survey of the radiography camera revealed no leakage. 

The radiography company was a Louisiana licensee with reciprocity in the State of Utah.

Utah Incident Number: 100006

Why was this individual en route to Rock Springs Airport and how did he obtain unauthorized access?

The USNRC report claims that their was no contamination.

An update reads;


“During the investigation, DRC [Division of Radiation Control] personnel obtained conflicting statements from QIT [Quality Inspection and Testing Inc] management personnel regarding the employee’s termination prior to the incident.

Additionally, the driver worked two shifts after QIT management stated he had been terminated. The driver claimed he was not terminated until a number of days after his release from the hospital.

Did I miss something? Why would the driver work two shifts after being terminated? Is this some type of “Black Bag” operation?

The USNRC report goes on to read;

Other QIT personnel were not aware the driver had been ‘terminated’ prior to the incident; therefore, the driver was allowed unescorted access to vehicles and devices containing sources from the day QIT management indicated the driver was terminated until the day the accident occurred (approximately 2 to 3 days).

The above statement sounds like a cover story issues by QIT. Then there is this;

Although initially reported as ‘stolen’ to DRC personnel, to date, the driver has not been charged with the theft of the vehicle or the source and the DRC does not believe that the employee had been terminated.” 

The state believes that this event does not meet the abnormal occurrence criteria as determined by the Utah Division of Radiation Control.

So what exactly does all of this mean? Was there something more to the incident? Did domestic terrorists gain materials in an attempt to construct a dirty bomb, or is this simply an inside job, setting the stage for a looming false flag?

The report continues with;


Category 2 sources, if not safely managed or securely protected, could cause permanent injury to a person who handled them, or were otherwise in contact with them, for a short time (minutes to hours). It could possibly be fatal to be close to this amount of unshielded radioactive material for a period of hours to days. These sources are typically used in practices such as industrial gamma radiography, high dose rate brachytherapy and medium dose rate brachytherapy.

Dangerous nuclear materials were involved in the incident, openly admitted in the USNRC report, raising even more suspicion of a “Black Op”.

Regardless, governments and politicians alike should, especially after the Fukushima Diachi disaster, take heed to the health and environmental repercussions we all face due to corporate greed and corruption with the various government agencies.

The selling out of this once great nation and the weeping outcries of the populace, will go by the wayside if we don’t act now.



At this time The Intellihub is requesting more information on this situation.

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