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Los Alamos: A Whistleblower’s Diary is a shocking account of foul play, theft and abuse at our nation’s premier nuclear R&D installation, uncovering a retaliatory culture where those who dare to question pay with their careers and, potentially, their lives. This is a story about military-industrial dominance, and distortions of reality. It is a first-of-its-kind exposé, venturing past LANL’s armed guards and security fences to chronicle persistent, often successful efforts to prevent hidden truths from coming to surface in the wake of headline-grabbing events . . . as in the mysterious death of the laboratory’s second-in-command, coming on the heels of a derailed fraud investigation, on the eve of related congressional hearings—an unconscionable cover-up rooted in arrogance, omissions and lies. Seventy years after its inception, and despite LANL’s $2 billion per year budget, the secret science colony on “the Hill” remains largely unaccountable to anyone, plus a mystery to most. This book reveals, in terrifying detail, that this is no accident, and is a dire warning …

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