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Fort Calhoun Nuclear Plant: Flood Seeps Into Turbine Building At Nebraska Nuke Station

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/27/fort-calhoun-nuclear-flood-nebraska-plant_n_885067.html

OMAHA -- Missouri River floodwater seeped into the turbine building at a nuclear power plant near Omaha on Monday, but plant officials said the seepage was expected and posed no safety risk because the building contains no nuclear material.

An 8-foot-tall, water-filled temporary berm protecting the plant collapsed early Sunday. Vendor workers were at the plant Monday to determine whether the 2,000 foot berm can be repaired.

Omaha Public Power District spokesman Jeff Hanson said pumps were handling the problem at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station and that "everything is secure and safe." The plant, about 20 miles north of Omaha, has been closed for refueling since April. Hanson said the berm's collapse didn't affect the shutdown or the spent fuel pool cooling.

Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokesman Victor Dricks described the situation as stable. NRC Chairman Gregory Jaczko plans to inspect the Fort Calhoun plant on Monday as part of a pre-arranged visit to Nebraska.

Hanson said OPPD fired up generators and cut the power supply after water surrounded the main electrical transformers on Sunday. The generators powered the plant until an off-site power supply was connected later in the day.

Officials said the berm wasn't critical to protecting the plant, which sits across the river from Iowa.

"There are other structures and systems in place that can ensure they will continue operating safely," Jaczko said Sunday.

The river was not expected to rise higher than the level the plant is designed to handle.

Jackzo inspected the Cooper Nuclear Station, which sits on the Missouri River about 75 miles south of Omaha, on Sunday. He asked plant officials and the NRC's local inspectors questions about the plant and this year's flooding.


The plant, which is owned by Nebraska Public Power District, remains dry because it sits at an elevation above the river and continues to operate at full capacity. The base of Cooper and its storage area for used nuclear fuel is 903 feet above sea level. The river was 900.2 feet above sea level early Monday.

Both nuclear plants issued flooding alerts earlier this month, although they were routine as the river's rise has been expected.

Flooding remains a concern all along the Missouri because of massive amounts of water the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has released from upstream reservoirs. The river is expected to rise as much as 5 to 7 feet above flood stage in much of Nebraska and Iowa and as much as 10 feet over flood stage in parts of Missouri.

The corps expects the river to remain high at least into August because of heavy spring rains in the upper Plains and substantial Rocky Mountain snowpack melting into the river basin.

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Ten Mile Mandatory Evacuation Zone Around Ft Calhoun Nuke Plant
« Reply #82 on: June 30, 2011, 10:46:01 AM »
But they still are saying "nothing to worry about". Move along, nothing to see here, move along.


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Re: Ten Mile Mandatory Evacuation Zone Around Ft Calhoun Nuke Plant
« Reply #83 on: June 30, 2011, 10:48:06 AM »
But they still are saying "nothing to worry about". Move along, nothing to see here, move along.


Fort Calhoun 10 mile mandatory evacuation area. Video Credites to:addicts4christ1

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Re: Ten Mile Mandatory Evacuation Zone Around Ft Calhoun Nuke Plant
« Reply #84 on: June 30, 2011, 12:31:47 PM »
But they still are saying "nothing to worry about". Move along, nothing to see here, move along.


Fort Calhoun 10 mile mandatory evacuation area. Video Credites to:addicts4christ1

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10 mile evac?  Sounds quite suspect to me...could it be that is a safe perimeter for them to set up a false flag and no possibility of anyone catching them?

If anything happened at this facility, like a melt down, 10 miles is nothing, you need to be 30 miles away and not downwind of it.
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I agree Donnay.  On the heels of Fukushima, we are suddenly facing possible meltdown in Nebraska?  I believe, if nothing else, it is time to get rid of nuclear power, which btw is not "clean."

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I agree Donnay.  On the heels of Fukushima, we are suddenly facing possible meltdown in Nebraska?  I believe, if nothing else, it is time to get rid of nuclear power, which btw is not "clean." Love, e

Nuclear power was never the problem - the problem was in the implementation was that they had a "KILL SWITCH" connected to them.

Nuke power "could" be clean and safe - thats not what "tptb" wanted.

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I disagree about the "clean" part.  There is huge radioactive waste.  Remember Yucca Mountain?  That  is just one example of one radioactive waste "dump."

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I agree Donnay.  On the heels of Fukushima, we are suddenly facing possible meltdown in Nebraska?  I believe, if nothing else, it is time to get rid of nuclear power, which btw is not "clean."

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It's plenty clean when nuclear power plants aren't false flag cyberattacked/sabotaged by the New World Order's military industrial complex.  The only reason they are pushing solar, wind, hydro, and biomass are because those sources are perfect for energy rationing.  All of them combined could NEVER produce more than a fraction of what nuclear alone could produce.  This is also why they want the austerity "smart" grid--because they know there will be a lot less energy to go around (because the elite are deliberately destroying it, to enable total destruction of the economy, the remainder of the industrial base, and any possibility of a true recovery) so they are going to micromanage the living f*ck out of everyone unless we can stop them and utterly reject their bullshit implementations.  The elite want Americans using ZERO electricity--which should monumentally offend the hell out of anyone.  We have every right and expectation to benefit from the fruits of our labor instead of having it it stolen from us.

Btw "living off the grid" is a stupid option because do you think that the elite's surveillance system won't be able to find you anywhere on Earth?  Best to fight these bastards toe to toe instead of hole-ing up and hoping they never find you or your kids.  The only way to preserve freedom is to destroy the tyranny, at any cost.  Society has been conditioned to accept tyranny.  The elite should already have been forced to cause massive bloodshed domestically to get the level of tyranny they have already achieved.  Instead they have attained it with everyone sitting on their ass thinking everything is ok.

I disagree about the "clean" part.  There is huge radioactive waste.  Remember Yucca Mountain?  That  is just one example of one radioactive waste "dump."

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According to Dr. John Coleman, there is no such thing as nuclear waste--it has been a long contrived lie, just like Peak Oil was a monumental lie that has persisted for decades, that even many "truthers" say is a real threat today (such as Daniel Estulin).  "Nuclear waste" can be recycled and reused as nuclear fuel (France has already been doing this for some time).  And there is some process supposedly that enables the rate of decay to not take tens of thousands of years, but rather hours, or days.  The Committee of 300/Bilderberg, etc. are ANTI-nuclear power because it provides extremely abundant energy at very low cost--and it even passes muster with their fraudulent carbon output bullshit--so they had to carry out false flags against it to discredit it a different way.  3 mile island and Chernobyl were both false flag attacks against nuclear power to make people deathly afraid of it.  They were not accidents in any way.  Military drills were planned and executed before and during the Chernobyl meltdown, and 3 mile island was an emergency response drill to test FEMA's response for the elite.

Nuclear power was never the problem - the problem was in the implementation was that they had a "KILL SWITCH" connected to them.

Nuke power "could" be clean and safe - thats not what "tptb" wanted.
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Ft Calhoun Newest Photos Have Disappeared
By Dr. Tom Burnett
6-27-11
 
MSNBC apparently had a picture of the Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant taken today AFTER the 'water dam' - barely visible surrounding the reactor and main control buildings in this photo taken on June 24 - burst. But that page is now 'page not found'.
 
 I'll guess that when the aqua dam burst, the control room was flooded. They are saying "no problem, there is no danger"- but, of course, there IS a problem.
 
The REASON there is a problem and why they aren't telling the truth is because, while Fukishima is equivalent to about twenty Chernobyls, Ft. Calhoun is equivalent to about twenty Fukushimas.
Not because it has a lot of reactors - or even a very big one. But because it is holding an immense amount of nuclear fuel in its cooling pool.
 

This isn't some elevated bathtub like the cooling pools at Fukushima. Oh, no. This cooling pool is forty feet UNDER GROUND AND forty feet ABOVE GROUND. It's EIGHTY FEET DEEP IN TOTAL. If they can't cool it, the corn belt is in trouble.
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"Ever since March 11, 2011, when the Japanese earthquake rattled the Asian country, there have been increasing numbers of strange coincidences involving nuclear power plants, natural disasters, and mismanagement of facilities. I say strange coincidences, because it now appears that nuclear power plants fall into the same category as the recent earthquakes that seem to be increasing in frequency and proximity to highly populated areas, as well as tornadoes that seem to be doing the same.

As for the Japanese situation, after months of claims by both the Japanese and American “authorities,” as well as the mainstream media that the situation in Japan was not as serious as “conspiracy theorists” were making it out to be, the Japanese Nuclear Emergency Response Headquarters has finally been forced to admit that at least three of the nuclear reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant had, indeed, melted down. Of course, these admissions came well after the mainstream media had long since stopped reporting on the Japanese crisis. But the fact that the Japanese reactors had melted down is not news to those of us who no longer follow the mainstream media. Indeed, most readers of the independent media were well aware of the nuclear meltdowns in what was virtually real time. Yet the Japanese crisis is not the only nuclear emergency that has occurred since March. Nor is it the only one to be ignored by the corporate media.

Just a week after Fukushima, I wrote an article regarding a report by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) that Canada’s Ontario Power Generation had released radioactive water into Lake Ontario via a leak in the Pickering A nuclear generating station. Like the Japanese, the Canadian government deemed this accident to be of little consequence, even though Lake Ontario is the main source of drinking water for millions of people. Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and the Canadian government even began using the term “demineralized” in place of “radioactive” when discussing the leak.

Fast forward to June and we now have three more nuclear power plants under threat from “natural” disasters. Ft. Calhoun, while receiving scant coverage by the mainstream media, is now surrounded by flood water from the Missouri river. The facility is a storage site for 20 years worth of nuclear waste material; specifically, spent fuel rods from different plants in the state as well at its own.

When asked about the safety concerns regarding the facility, Gary Gates, CEO of the Ft. Calhoun facility, said, “There is no water inside the plant. The reactor is covered with borated water. The spent fuel is covered with borated water, which we want it to be. That’s intentional. That’s where it should be. The floodwaters are outside Fort Calhoun, not inside.”

At this time, there is no concrete evidence that there has been a meltdown or radioactive leakage from the Ft. Calhoun plant. However, there are some suspicious occurrences at the facility. First, there was a fire in the switch room, but it is maintained that this fire was contained to the switch room and that it was not flood related. The fire did shut down the cooling pumps for about 90 minutes but the backup generators were quickly used to return power to the pumps. Later, one of the berms holding back the flood waters mysteriously collapsed. Unfortunately, with the weather in Nebraska still wet and nasty, levees are still being breached and dams are still overflowing. Under these conditions, a damaged berm is something that Ft. Calhoun can ill afford.

Strangely, even though the “switch room fire” occurred on June 7th, the FAA had imposed a flight ban within a two mile radius of the nuclear plant. The FAA claims the flight ban is a result of the Missouri flooding; but, as Ricky Kreitner of the Business Insider points out, “[But] the FAA ban specifically lists the Forth Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant as the location for the flight plan.”

Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) spokesman Jeff Hanson stated that the flight ban is due to power lines and “security reasons that we can’t reveal.” Of course, the real reasons for the ban are unknown, but it is highly suspect that water and power lines on the ground have prompted a ban on traffic in the air. Not only that, but the Red Cross shelter next to the Fort Calhoun facility has been closed, an odd thing to do in the event of an emergency. Particularly when the Red Cross is on location as a result of an emergency in the first place.

Regarding the Ft. Calhoun plant, Marvin Wolf, editor of Local Talk News writes:

    The government is telling us not to panic. All is under control, just like in Japan. But here are a few troubling inconsistencies. One, the Red Cross shelter next to the Fort Calhoun plant has been closed. They claim it was due to “decreased need.” During a flood? Now there is a no-fly zone around the plant. Then there is the disturbing news that the spent fuel rod pool was so full that they store the surplus fuel rods in a dry storage area outside the safety of the pool. How long will that area stay dry and what happens if it gets wet? One reporter claims the dry storage bunker is now half-submerged. One of the intake structures is prone to flooding that could affect the water pumps. Non-functional water pumps? Does that sound familiar? Wolf goes on to suggest that the Russians are claiming that there was a nuclear accident at the plant due to flooding and that the Obama administration has ordered a news blackout.

In addition to Ft. Calhoun, the Cooper Nuclear Station near Brownsville, Nebraska is also under a state of alert. Much like the Ft. Calhoun station, the Cooper Nuclear Station is under threat of being flooded out. This comes just days after two tornadoes ripped through the area.

We are also watching as a raging fire threatens the Los Alamos National Laboratory in Los Alamos, New Mexico. The fire apparently started on Saturday in the Santa Fe National Forest and is now bearing down on the town and the lab. Not only are nuclear weapons tested in the lab, but there are approximately 20,000 barrels of discarded plutonium-related nuclear waste at the facility. A fire of this level at this particular facility could unleash devastating amounts of radioactive pollution. Even a loss of power to the facility could trigger a full-fledged emergency.

Naturally, one hopes that the Japanese and Canadians manage to get control over their power plant malfunctions. One also hopes that the floods recede and the fire goes out. Yet, amid these hopes, one also begins to wonder if all this is more than just coincidence. After all, the first tell-tale signs of treachery is an attempt to cover it up. Consider the track record of the corporate media, government agencies, and private facility owners just over the last few months.

We know that after the earthquake in Japan and the subsequent damage at Fukushima, the Japanese government actively covered up the extent of the damage from the international community, the press, and the Japanese people. In fact, the media and foreign governments, particularly the United States, aided them in doing so. The US government even went so far as to discourage Americans from purchasing potassium iodide supplements to protect themselves from the radiation coming across the ocean. We also know that the Canadian government has been even more successful in covering up the pollution in Lake Ontario. So, given this reputation, one would be justified in taking anything their government says with a grain of salt.

However, it is also true that an attempt to cover up an accident, mistake, or incompetence does not necessarily mean that the individual or agency attempting the cover up actually caused the incident. Even if the cover up is of a monumental scale. But it certainly doesn’t help. And the fact that in the last few months so many nuclear facilities have come under threat from so-called natural disasters is starting to look a bit funny. After all, much of the flooding at Ft. Calhoun was caused by the government itself, in an apparent attempt to protect reservoirs.

As Wolf writes, “Keep in mind that some flooding was deliberately caused by the Army releasing water from reservoirs to protect them from failing. This has flooded levees. The Army has in the past dynamited levees to direct the water elsewhere – like where poor people live and work – to protect where rich people live and work.”

But the real question is whether or not this done as a necessity, an afterthought, or for a more sinister purpose altogether. Considering the fact that many governments now possess HAARP and similar technology that is capable of creating earthquakes, floods, and tornadoes as well as the fact that these governments rarely have the best interest of their citizens at heart, the idea of intentional destruction of nuclear facilities is not so far-fetched. It would certainly contribute to population reduction if all of this radiation combined with the Fukushima fallout and spread across the US. It would also provide an emergency situation that some would use to justify an even bigger police state and perhaps forced relocation.

It’s also interesting to note that, in the new Super 8 movie, there is a scene in which the US government deliberately sets a forest fire in order to force citizens out of the town and into military evacuation centers. In the movie, it was for the purpose of hiding secret government research. Was this predictive programming or just yet another coincidence?

Let me be clear – I’m not saying “the government did Fukushima” or “the government flooded Nebraska or set the fires in New Mexico.” But I am saying I don’t put it past them. I am saying it’s entirely physically possible. And I am saying these recent events have become a bit too coincidental to be ignored. Considering the track record, I don’t think we can afford to be naive.

View nuclear expert Arnold Gunderson’s take on the Nebraska situation here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSvvmrB7qEg&feature=player_embedded#t=0s
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Ft Calhoun Newest Photos Have Disappeared
By Dr. Tom Burnett
6-27-11
 
MSNBC apparently had a picture of the Ft. Calhoun nuclear plant taken today AFTER the 'water dam' - barely visible surrounding the reactor and main control buildings in this photo taken on June 24 - burst. But that page is now 'page not found'.
 
 I'll guess that when the aqua dam burst, the control room was flooded. They are saying "no problem, there is no danger"- but, of course, there IS a problem.
 
The REASON there is a problem and why they aren't telling the truth is because, while Fukishima is equivalent to about twenty Chernobyls, Ft. Calhoun is equivalent to about twenty Fukushimas.
Not because it has a lot of reactors - or even a very big one. But because it is holding an immense amount of nuclear fuel in its cooling pool.
 

This isn't some elevated bathtub like the cooling pools at Fukushima. Oh, no. This cooling pool is forty feet UNDER GROUND AND forty feet ABOVE GROUND. It's EIGHTY FEET DEEP IN TOTAL. If they can't cool it, the corn belt is in trouble.

Troubling to say the least, especially looking at it from St. Louis.
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I agree Donnay.  On the heels of Fukushima, we are suddenly facing possible meltdown in Nebraska?  I believe, if nothing else, it is time to get rid of nuclear power, which btw is not "clean."

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Twenty Fukushimas? How is that!!!!

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Twenty Fukushimas? How is that!!!!

I believe they were referring to
the tonnage of radioactive "spent"
and "un-exhausted" fuel stored there.



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I'm all for speculation but are there any past articles or schematics or photos of these pools?

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I'm all for speculation but are there any past articles or schematics or photos of these pools?

Well, it seems the NRC is very secretive about such stuff ...
those nasty old TERRORISTS you know.  :o

They say that 840 METRIC tons were stored in NEBRASKA (Calhoun?)
in 2010 ... that would be something over 1,000 "short"
or standard US tons. This compares to a whopping 8,440 MT
stored in Illinois!

I don't know what kind of ton the
Japanese use but here is the tonnage for the DAIICHI site:

•    Reactor No. 1: 50 tons of nuclear fuel
•    Reactor No. 2: 81 tons
•    Reactor No. 3: 88 tons
•    Reactor No. 4: 135 tons
•    Reactor No. 5: 142 tons
•    Reactor No. 6: 151 tons


So, Yep EKIM you're right ... I don't see how the author got
TWENTY TIMES DAIICHI at the CALHOUN site alone ... unless
he was taking into account the ACTIVITY of the fuel?  ???

ANYWAY ... a LOT of dangerous radioactivity in that practically
submerged plant!

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=nuclear-fuel-fukushima

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Explosion at French nuclear power plant

An explosion and subsequent fire damaged a transformer of the first power unit at France’s Tricastin nuclear power plant. No injured or dead have been reported. 
The fire was put out in a matter of 20 minutes. No damage to the environment has been recorded.

Power unit 1 of the Tricastin plant was not in operation at the time of the explosion.

http://english.ruvr.ru/2011/07/03/52705263.html

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In 2009, the number 2 reactor building was closed after a fire.
In December 2010, the Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) announced it had approved an extension of "ten more years" of the operation of reactor No. 1 the plant.
Tricastin involved in uranium enrichment
At Tricastin, in southern France, a more modern diffusion plant with a capacity of 10.8 million kg SWU per year has been operating since 1979 (see photo above). This Georges Besse I plant can produce enough 3.7% enriched uranium a year to fuel some ninety 1000 MWe nuclear reactors. It will be shut down at the end of 2010 or 2012, depending on the outcome of negotiations between Areva and EdF.

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The robot measured 400 rem inside the reactor which they call SUN, JUL 3, 2011 50/50 which means in half an hour u get a lethal dose and die within a week. Politicians who say nuclear energy is safe should go fix the reactor.

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Re: Ten Mile Mandatory Evacuation Zone Around Ft Calhoun Nuke Plant
« Reply #101 on: July 03, 2011, 03:03:05 PM »
But they still are saying "nothing to worry about". Move along, nothing to see here, move along.


Fort Calhoun 10 mile mandatory evacuation area. Video Credites to:addicts4christ1

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TE7g-zEClwk

Looks like ABC is now trying to memory-hole every reference to this story from the internet.


ABC News Says They Made An Error In Reporting Fort Calhoun Evacuation, Demands Story Be Scrubbed From Internet
Posted by Alexander Higgins - July 3, 2011 at 2:04 pm

ABC says they made an error in reporting that an evacuation zone was issued around the Fort Calhoun Nuclear power plant and have since redacted the story and they have now issued a take-down order demanding that all references to the story be removed from the internet.

After ABC news initially reported that a 10 mile mandatory evacuation zone was issued at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear plant the story was scrubbed from all online news sites.

http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/06/28/fort-calhoun-nuclear-plant-underw…

ABC news has since contacted me telling me they made an error in reporting the story and they redacted the story.

They have ordered that story be taken down from YouTube apparently under the impression that I posted the copyrighted video on my YouTube account which I did not.

They have also ordered that I remove the story and any references to it from Twitter and anywhere else that the story was online.

More: http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2011/07/03/abc-news-error-reporting-fort-calhoun-evacuation-demand-story-scrubbed-internet-32911/
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Thats ridiculous, as if anything can be "scrubbed from the internet".

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Related?:

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2011/07/03/exxon-oil-spill-in-montana-river-prompts-evacuations/
Exxon Oil Spill in Montana River Prompts Evacuations

LAUREL, Mont. –  Teams of federal and state workers fanned out Sunday along Montana's famed Yellowstone River to gauge the environmental damage from a ruptured Exxon Mobil pipeline that spewed tens of thousands of gallons of crude oil into the waterway.

The break near Billings, in south-central Montana, fouled the riverbank and forced municipalities and irrigation districts to close intakes.
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State officials on Saturday had reported a 25-mile long slick headed downstream toward the Yellowstone's confluence with the Missouri River, just across the Montana border in North Dakota. An estimated 1,000 barrels, or 42,000 gallons, spilled Saturday before the flow from the damaged pipeline was stopped.
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The 20-year-old pipeline was last inspected in 2009 using a robotic device that travels through the line looking for corrosion, dents or other problems, Pruessing said. Soundings to determine the pipeline's depth were taken in December, and at the time, the line appeared to be 5 to 8 feet below the riverbed, he said.

"It was completely in line with all regulatory requirements," he said.



Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5